Allow Certificates (without SAN)
Chrome has a new "feature" where it doesn't accept certificates that do not have a subject alternative name. It seems that Vivaldi has this same behavior. In Chrome I can add in a reg key so that it will behave the pre v58 way and not flag some of the sites I use. Is there a reg key I can add to fix this in Vivaldi?
I'm not pleased at how heavy handed Google has been lately. It would be nice if Vivaldi could add in some functionality where the user could control some of this behavior, unlike Google.
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Ability to add a Chrome Policy in Vivaldi would be nice.
As a workaround i type
badideaon the internal SSL error page and i can get to the previously blocked site.
I did that too, but I have an office full of users that I'm seriously thinking about migrating to Vivaldi. It would be nice if I could prestage a fix so they never see anything. =-)
Please report the need of such missing policy as important for business usage of Vivaldi in Bugtracker.
I will confirm the bug.
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@Gwen-Dragon Bug report submitted. Thank you!
@programswithfortran I confirmed the bug.