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How do I check a site's certificate?

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Please advise,

In IE 11 (and almost all others) one can see the 'LOCK' button in address bar, namely 'Security Report', which shows you site's certificate status.

I can't find such button in Maxthon 4. If there is not, I'd like to know - WHY THE HELL it is not implemented?!

Haven't you read about China's MitM attack on iCloud and such?!

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Hi :) If the page is secured by https protocol, the lock appears in address bar.

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Hmmm, you are right. But this icon is somewhy not shown on first load! You could see the attached image. It was made after full clean of cache and cookies. Sooo weird!

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Hi guys,

Thank you for reporting this issue.

We'll look into it as soon as possible.

Already passed it to our development team.

Thanks for your support!

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can confirm bug on 4.4.3.4 final

i logged into bank and there was no certificate in address bar, and it appeared only when i closed tab and opened it one more time

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Hi, 

 

this issue is not resolved and is still present in currently latest final 4.4.5.2000.

Test site: https://online.bulbank.bg
Certificate info: https://trustsealinfo.websecurity.norton.com/splash?form_file=fdf/splash.fdf&dn=online.bulbank.bg&lang=en

 

P.S. The lock icon (certificate information) is not displayed even when switching to Retro Mode, not displayed when switching back to Ultra mode.

Edited by Dragoncho

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Hi,

 

here is another site, hope it has better speed. You can switch to English in the top right corner.

 

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If using Chrome, click the “Customize and control Google Chrome” icon containing three lines or the wrench icon. Click “Options” or “Settings” and click the “Under the Hood” tab or click the “Show advanced settings” link. Click the “Manage certificates” button to access SSL certificates. Click on the certificate you want to view to highlight it. Click the “View” button to see the certificate’s content.

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You just see the footer of website that they add certification of site.Other wise simply see on see on browser

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Both e-fibank and bulbank display a verification button right on the page by either Norton or Thawte to test for verification. Wonder if this has anything to do with the certificate icon not being in the address bar?

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No lock symbol on the sites listed above here either.

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Hi,

 

both sites of FIBank and Unicredit ask for a client certificate prior to opening the page. You can skip it and the page opens, but no lock icon. I think this is the reason.

 

@joemax: Nice suggestion, but it appears not to be the problem, check https://my.fibank.bg/Logon- this is another site of First Investment Bank.

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