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Re: Bug - Steel browser (identical to Android Browser bug with ID 1597) kolbysoft Wed Feb 18 13:00:38 2009

Yeah, Steel uses the same native webkit engine as the default browser
that would handle this interaction. Nothing I can do about it really.

On Feb 18, 3:16 pm, Poke <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Bug reference:http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=1597
> I detected the same bug on the Steel browser.  This is probably
> logical as they share big part of the code (webkit?).
> The Steel Browser message is of course: com.kolbysoft.steel
> Regards
> Wim
> From the bug report:
> <<
> here's an open wi-fi network that I'd like to use.  I can connect via
> wi-fi, but the network is configured so that the first HTTP request is
> redirected to a page on an SSL server that prompts me to accept the
> agreement on the rules of the network.
> This SSL page will always cause the browser to exit with this error:
> The application Browser (process com.android.browser) has stopped
> unexpectedly. Please try again.
> The SSL certificate for this site is sort of strange.  It is a self-
> signed
> certificate ...
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