Bill Matherly Jr | 4 May 19:13 2003
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Re: 128-bit encryption not supported by Mozilla 1.3 ?

KUROSAKA Teruhiko wrote:
> 
>> This is very convincing evidence that my installation of
>> Mozilla 1.3 does support 128-bit encryption and they cannot
>> deny it.  I reported the problem to them.
> 
> 
> So I complain them and their answer was the familiar
> "We don't support Mozilla" period.
> What surprises me further is that they do support
> Netscape 4.x, but they don't Netscape 6 or 7.
> 
> T. "Kuro" Kurosaka
> 

Would you openly admit to supporting AOL Timewarner products?
I didn't think so, enough said :]

Bill Matherly Jr | 6 May 13:54 2003
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Re: (none)

okey , barrister wrote:
>                BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
> I am an Attorney and close confidant of MRS. MARYAM
> ABACHA, the former first lady and wife of the late
> GEN. SANI ABACHA, the former head of state and
> commander in chief of the armed forces of the Federal
> Republic of Nigeria.
> 
> She (MRS. M. ABACHA), has as a result of the trust and
> confidence she has in me mandated that I search for a
> reliable and trustworthy foreign partner, who
> will help receive some funds which she had in cash
> totaling US$45m (Forty Five Million United States
> Dollars Only) into a personal, company or any
> reliable foreign bank account for safe keeping for a
> short period of time, since her family bank accounts
> within and outside the country have all been
> frozen by the authorities. (I would refer you to the
> website  for further information about these monies and the ABACHAS)
> 
> http://www.transnationale.org/anglais/sources/tiersmonde/dirigeants__a
> 
> ba
> http://allafrica.com/stories/200203180074.html
> http://www.time.com/time/europe/magazine/2000/27/swiss.html
> 
> This money in question has however, been carefully
> keptin defaced form and deposited with a security
> company that has branches in Europe and America.
> You may therefore be required to travel to the Head Office or any
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user | 7 May 19:11 2003
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AES support in Netscape

Does anybody know if Netscape has any plans on adding AES (Advanced
Encryption Standard) as one of the available TLS Ciphersuites?

Mozilla added AES support over a year ago, so I was wondering
if Netscape will support AES in the near future.

Thank you,

Vladimir Rynkov
Mentor Graphics Corporation

Vladimir Rynkov | 7 May 19:16 2003

AES support in Netscape

Does anybody know if Netscape has any plans on adding AES (Advanced
Encryption Standard) as one of the available TLS Ciphersuites?

Mozilla added AES support over a year ago, so I was wondering
if Netscape will support AES in the near future.

Thank you,

Vladimir Rynkov
Accelerated Technology,
Embedded Division of Mentor Graphics Corp.

Jean-Marc Desperrier | 7 May 21:05 2003

Re: AES support in Netscape

Vladimir Rynkov wrote:
> Does anybody know if Netscape has any plans on adding AES (Advanced
> Encryption Standard) as one of the available TLS Ciphersuites?

To find the AES ciphersuites, you need to go to the Extra SSL3/TLS tab 
in the Edit ciphers preference.

They are enabled by default, up to 256 bits.

Jean-Marc Desperrier | 7 May 22:42 2003

Re: AES support in Netscape

Jean-Marc Desperrier wrote:
> Vladimir Rynkov wrote:
>> Does anybody know if Netscape has any plans on adding AES (Advanced
>> Encryption Standard) as one of the available TLS Ciphersuites?
> 
> To find the AES ciphersuites, you need to go to the Extra SSL3/TLS tab 
> in the Edit ciphers preference.

>> Mozilla added AES support over a year ago, 

I should learn to read.

The Netscape navigator does not include AES, because it's based on a 
version of Mozilla that is more than one year old (functionnally 
talking, even if it has more recent fixes).

There is no official statement, but there is a strong feeling around 
that Netscape intends to release a new version based on Mozilla 1.4, 
that will therefore inclure this change amongst others.

1.4 is planned for the end of this month on the roadmap, but the final 
version will probably be delayed in order to really replace the 1.0 
branch as the stable branch.

When and if Netscape will release a new version based on it, can only be 
  purely hypothetic.

Pawan Joshi | 10 May 15:33 2003
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Mozilla does not paint a particular image correctly.

I was going through a secure web site https://www.storenet.jiffylube.com 
and made the following observation:
The image at the head of the web page was not painted correctly. After 
comparing it with IE output, it seems the top of the image is missing. 
Moreover, the header of the web page has few tab (like News, Marketing, 
Store operation, Employee database). With IE, the Welcome message is 
quite clear whereas with Mozilla, Welcome message overlaps theses Tabs. 
With IE, these tabs expands automatically (pull-down menu) when mouse is 
moved over them. With Mozilla, nothing happens when we move mouse over 
these tabs.

I observed the same problem with Mozilla 1.2.1, Mozilla 1.3.1, Mozilla 
1.4b, Netscape4.7 and Netscape 6.2. Only IE (I tried IE6.0) paints the 
page correctly.

The web server is: Microsoft-IIS/5.0.

I am attaching the source of the page as you need a security code to 
access the site.

Does anybody have faced similar problem?

Are we (Mozilla) missing some plug-in's which IE already has?
Or is this some kind of protocol/understanding (a deviation from RFC) 
between Microsoft-IIS and Microsoft IE?

In case this is not the right newsgroup please direct me to the right 
newsgroup.

Thanks and Regards
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Michael Newton | 11 May 02:34 2003
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Re: Mozilla does not paint a particular image correctly.

I'm not seeing a problem, tried it in the latest nightly of Firebird, and in IE 
6, both looked the same, apart from some insignifigant border/padding issues.

http://24.77.72.149/lube/mozilla.png
http://24.77.72.149/lube/ie.png

This is undoubtedly one of the worst cases of HTML authoring I've ever seen 
though. validator.w3.org returned 114 errors, and I won't even get into the 
triple-nested tables!  Before expecting Mozilla to display a page properly, try 
to get the site authors to correct HTML errors.  It can be hard sometimes, but 
worth a try.

Pawan Joshi wrote:

 > I was going through a secure web site https://www.storenet.jiffylube.com
 > and made the following observation:
 > The image at the head of the web page was not painted correctly. After
 > comparing it with IE output, it seems the top of the image is missing.
 > Moreover, the header of the web page has few tab (like News, Marketing,
 > Store operation, Employee database). With IE, the Welcome message is
 > quite clear whereas with Mozilla, Welcome message overlaps theses Tabs.
 > With IE, these tabs expands automatically (pull-down menu) when mouse is
 > moved over them. With Mozilla, nothing happens when we move mouse over
 > these tabs.
 >
 > I observed the same problem with Mozilla 1.2.1, Mozilla 1.3.1, Mozilla
 > 1.4b, Netscape4.7 and Netscape 6.2. Only IE (I tried IE6.0) paints the
 > page correctly.
 >

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hugo vanwoerkom | 11 May 02:24 2003
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Re: Mozilla does not paint a particular image correctly.

Pawan Joshi <pk joshi <at> yahoo.com> wrote in message > --
<..>
Mozilla 1.4a
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.4a) Gecko/20030410
paints it perfectly. In fact it paints everything perfectly. Must be
that perfect operating system it runs on...

Pawan Joshi | 12 May 08:32 2003
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Re: Mozilla does not paint a particular image correctly.

I tried latest nightly of Firebird and Mozilla 1.4a but nothing worked.
I am using Win32 builds and using WinNT Version 4.0 (Build 1381: Service 
Pack 6) OS.

PFA the image (zip file) of Jiffy Lube web site as viewed by Mozilla 1.4a?

Once again, Am I missing some plug-in's?

Thanks and Regards
-Pawan

Michael Newton wrote:

> I'm not seeing a problem, tried it in the latest nightly of Firebird, 
> and in IE 6, both looked the same, apart from some insignifigant 
> border/padding issues.
> 
> http://24.77.72.149/lube/mozilla.png
> http://24.77.72.149/lube/ie.png
> 
> This is undoubtedly one of the worst cases of HTML authoring I've ever 
> seen though. validator.w3.org returned 114 errors, and I won't even get 
> into the triple-nested tables!  Before expecting Mozilla to display a 
> page properly, try to get the site authors to correct HTML errors.  It 
> can be hard sometimes, but worth a try.
> 
> Pawan Joshi wrote:
> 
>  > I was going through a secure web site https://www.storenet.jiffylube.com
>  > and made the following observation:
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