Difficulties with the HTTPS scan!

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by unknown8, Mar 11, 2009.

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  1. unknown8

    unknown8 Registered Member

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    I have difficulties with the HTTPS scan.

    If I look for updates (manual) with the Firefox 3.0.7 under Admin rights!

    Help --> look for updates ..

    I got the following error:


    AUS: Update-XML-Datei fehlerhaft (200)



    and If I look for updates for my plugins

    Extras ---> add-ons


    I got the following Warning:


    services.addons.mozilla.org:443 verwendet ein ungültiges Sicherheitszertifikat.

    Dem Zertifikat wird nicht vertraut, weil das Aussteller-Zertifikat unbekannt ist.

    (Fehlercode: sec_error_unknown_issuer)


    and the same if I go to the webside (http://www.eset.de)


    www.eset.de:443 verwendet ein ungültiges Sicherheitszertifikat.

    Dem Zertifikat wird nicht vertraut, weil das Aussteller-Zertifikat unbekannt ist.

    (Fehlercode: sec_error_unknown_issuer)




    My programme attitudes (NOD32 Antivirus 4.0.314):


    ****************************************************************************

    Advanced setup:

    HTTP, HTTPS
    ->HTTPS scanner setup:
    Use HTTPS protocol checking for selected ports (443)

    and by

    Protocol filtering
    ->Redirect traffic for checking for:
    Ports and applications marked as Internet browsers or email clients

    and by

    SSL
    ->SSL protocol filtering mode:
    Always scan SSL protocol

    and by

    Certificates
    ->Root certificate
    Add the root certificate to known browsers

    ****************************************************************************

    What do I make wrong?

    Or is this a fault in the programme?
     
  2. Adramalech

    Adramalech Registered Member

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    Sounds almost as if the ESET Root Certificate was damaged or missing.

    Can you verifiy by doing start -> run -> type 'mmc' -> file -> add/remove snap-in -> Certificates -> local computer and then browsing the the trusted certification authorities tree that there's an item called 'ESET Root Ssl CA' or similar?
     
  3. unknown8

    unknown8 Registered Member

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    The ESET Root Certificate was not damaged or missing!!!
    I have checked this!!
    Can anybody test this, please!!
     
  4. Adramalech

    Adramalech Registered Member

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    Actually, I'm running the same setup with latest Firefox and SSL checking enabled - it's working seamlessly.
    Have you already considered un-/reinstalling ESS/EAV4?
     
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