Here we go again. I just posted version 1.4 of the Remember Mismatched Domains extension for Firefox, Thunderbird and Seamonkey.
The big news for this release: it works in Linux!
(Original Tux design by Larry Ewing, Simon Budig and Anja Gerwinski).
RMD 1.4 doesn’t work in OSX.
Update 2007-07-31: See this post for a Mac version of RMD.
Now, don’t go getting all weepy just yet. I’m pretty sure all we need to do is get the XPCOM component compiled on a Mac. Unfortunately, I don’t have one. That’s where you come in… A MacBook Pro aughta do the trick – email me for a shipping address ;-) Alternatively, I’ve posted the component source here. If someone wants to take a crack at compiling a .dylib and send it to me I’ll tuck it into RMD. (Though, I’m not sure there’s an intel version of the Gecko SDK yet).
What is RMD?
The Remember Mismatched Domains extension for Firefox and Thunderbird adds a “Donâ€™t warn me again about this certificate for this domain” checkbox to the Domain Mismatch and Expired Certificate warning windows. When selected the domain name and security certificate domain pair (or certificate and expiration date pair) is stored in a Firefox / Thunderbird preference and the security error dialogue will be bypassed on subsequent visits.
The comments section awaits your rants, bugs, problems, praise and more. Oh, and if you were using any RMD hacks, you can probably undo ‘em now.