The maintainers should be reachable at:
http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/35597/how-to-find-domain-registrar-and-dns-hosting-with-good-dnssec-supportBasically the certificate verification workflow as it currently is, is seriously flawed:
* warnings on self-signed certificates while there is no warning on non-authenticated http access.
* the DNSSEC plugin does not protect you from references inside a site which are not secured by DNSSEC/DANE
(afaik only the bloodhound browser does.)
* if https or dnssec/dane is activated it should display a warning as soon as a site does not provide
encryption and a proper certificate
(perhaps some issues to be reported upstreams at bugzilla.mozilla.org)
... apart from the even more compelling issues like the poodle bug, of course.
I would personally also welcome a professional and soon fix/workaround for the poodle bug though it may just be one of many. Having to do all of it on your own is somewhat more error prone apart from the fact that only little users will know about it.
Am 16.10.14 um 22:17 schrieb Yves-Alexis Perez:
On jeu., 2014-10-16 at 10:28 -0500, Marco Galicia wrote:*shoulnd't iceweasel be recompiled to include this option in the complilation settings??*You're not asking at the correct place, it's a bit unlikely the maintainer read that list. But in any case, Mozilla themselves intend to disable SSLv3 in future Firefox releases. Regards,