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galeon "personal security manager" needed?

when i click on a link, in galeon (using potato/gnome), that
tries an https:// connection a dialog greets me saying

	This document cannot be displayed unless you install the
	Personal Security Manager (PSM). Download and install PSM
	and try again, or contact your system administrator.

eh? "personal security manager"?

the system administrator didn't have a clue (that's me, of
course) so i snooped around--

	$ apt-cache search galeon
	wprint - Print any charset from web browsers and HtmlDoc
	galeon - Mozilla based web browser with GNOME look and feel
	galeon-common - Mozilla based web browser with GNOME look and feel - shared files
	galeon-nautilus - Mozilla based web browser with GNOME look and feel with Nautilus support

maybe nautilus is what i need? hmm -- maybe i've got it already:

	$ dpkg -l galeon\*
	| Status=Not/Installed/Config-files/Unpacked/Failed-config/Half-installed
	|/ Err?=(none)/Hold/Reinst-required/X=both-problems (Status,Err: uppercase=bad)
	||/ Name                     Version
	ii  galeon                   1.2.5-0.woody.1         
	un  galeon-beta              <none>                  
	ii  galeon-common            1.2.5-0.woody.1         
	pn  galeon-nautilus          <none>                  

nope, it's not installed. so what is it?

	$ apt-cache show galeon-nautilus
	Description: Mozilla based web browser with GNOME look and feel with Nautilus support
	 Galeon is a fast Web Browser for the GNOME Desktop Environment.
	 Galeon's use of Mozilla's Gecko rendering engine makes it more feature
	 complete and standards compliant than most other browsers available.
	 By using the GNOME and GTK libraries for the user interface, Galeon is
	 usually faster than mozilla and the interface integrates well with the
	 GNOME Desktop Environment.
	 This version does include the nautilus galeon view, for viewing web pages
	 within nautilus with galeon.

what that tells me is-- well, nothing. after a few more searches i find

	$ apt-cache show nautilus
	Description: file manager and graphical shell
	 Nautilus is an open-source file manager and graphical shell being
	 developed by Eazel, Inc. and others. It is part of the GNOME project, and its

relevance to my problem: zero.


so -- what's this "personal security manager" galeon is looking for?
how can i apt-get it?

I use Debian/GNU Linux version 3.0;
Linux server 2.2.17 #1 Sun Jun 25 09:24:41 EST 2000 i586 unknown
DEBIAN NEWBIE TIP #27 from Will Trillich <will@serensoft.com>
Would you like RXVT to start with more than 80 COLUMNS OR
24 ROWS? For an rxvt session, running under X, specify
how many rows and columns you want:
	rxvt -g 132x30 &
Try "man rxvt" for more info.

Also see http://newbieDoc.sourceForge.net/ ...

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