Bug 459589 - Dead link to CA listings at netscape.com. r=IanN.
Tue, 21 Oct 2008 19:34:40 +0200
changeset 676 edaf847ba87434e45bd8db9deb5acbf10eac1332
parent 675 c42ed76e18155b55f31cad2b843e7ce849deb6bb
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Bug 459589 - Dead link to CA listings at netscape.com. r=IanN.
--- a/suite/locales/en-US/chrome/common/help/using_certs_help.xhtml
+++ b/suite/locales/en-US/chrome/common/help/using_certs_help.xhtml
@@ -58,18 +58,20 @@
   certificate vary depending on what you want to use it for. In some cases
   getting a certificate may be as easy as going to a website, entering some
   personal information, and automatically downloading the certificate into your
   browser. In other cases you may have to go through more complicated
 <p>You can obtain a certificate today by visiting the URL for a certificate
   authority and following the on-screen instructions. For a list of certificate
-  authorities, see the online document
-  <a href="https://certs.netscape.com/">Client Certificates</a>.</p>
+  authorities issuing certificates recognized by &brandShortName;, see the
+  online document
+  <a href="http://www.mozilla.org/projects/security/certs/included/">Included
+  Certificate List</a>.</p>
 <p>Once you obtain a certificate, it is automatically stored in a
   <a href="glossary.xhtml#security_device">security device</a>. Your browser
   comes with its own built-in Software Security Device. A security device can
   also be a piece of hardware, such as a smart card.</p>
 <p>Like a driver&apos;s license or a credit card, a certificate is a valuable
   form of identification that can be abused if it falls into the wrong hands.