Allow untrusted SHA-1 certificates on Vivaldi
The health system here (ah, Italy) which uses the personal (and quite private) smartcard has an akward security system and is still the only sites in which I have to use firefox.
Tworoot infocert certificate s: one is sha1 and the other issha2 (I had to install themmanually)
- One personal certificate which is sha1 and it was generated by smart card reader (Installed manually)
- Personal PIN authentication and prompt for accept login via the personal certificate and the aruba/actalis digital signed service used by them. (This step only works only in FF, no prompt or "unsecure connection" in vivaldi anywhere).
What else could I try?
Finally it worked in vivaldi too...
However, the smart ID here are really, really, a pain
All steps from the begin, consider it just a story now
- Buy smartcard reader;
- Insert card;
- No driver for win10 yet - but it works - sort of;
- The drivers suggested (not in the producer site) were outdated (XP!!);
- Go to the site, grab drivers for reader (for 10);
- Go to another site and find an updated driver for ID chip software (was installed a 2009 version!) for your reader (by its code);
- Discover you need root certificates; find the right ones, and install them - manually; you should need to install - manually - also your personal certificate, but not always.
- Discover you should need a middleware software (always from your producer), install it.
- Still don't work; manually set on firefox, find the instructions - install manually again - and it will work;
- Update windows again, replug reader and card, bunch of things are installed again, and then works. The pin screen is now windows style, but hey, it works.
- Disable all the nasty policies in first post.