This is about one funny and in the same way – interesting thing, which I observed today. I had some trouble with the access to my family’s bank account, which is open and handled by Bulgairan First Investment Bank. I have a working certicicate, which is quite fine when I’m accessing from my home, but our corporate network seems to spoil something, and I cannot check my accounts from it.
However – that’s not the thing, which this post is for. Before telling you “the thing”, I want to tell you the story about these two sysadmins, who were talking one to each other about the security threats and in the same time – about their pets. So the one sysadmin said:
> – You know, bro, it’s not at all a good idea to put for password one of your pet’s names!
> But the other sysadmin replied:
> – Why?! What’s your problem with the password "dr092MNZy" ?!
3 thoughts on “The Friendly Name”
Maybe that’s their idea of what the friendly name of a programmer’s account should be. 🙂
It looks like Fiefox has a problem spliting the values in the information fields of the certificate. Take a look the certificate and if it is OK I would report a bug.
Peio, it’s perfectly OK.
Actually yes – that certificate’s history was:
– generated in IE (because FIB does not support certificate renewal with other browsers yet);
– exported from IE for backup purposes and for import in Firefox;
– and now – imported in another IE, which shows the problem, stated above.