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I Have a problem only with https sites. Trying to access for example, after credentials, all browsers stay there waiting for response of With others https I have the same problem. The problem is present only using the wired connection. Accessing via Mobile run correctly.

Disabled ufw firewall => nothing

Reinstalled libnss3-1d => nothing

I have the same problem with Chrome,Firefox and Midori too.

I am newbie on Linux. Thanks in advance. Bye

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closed as too localized by Ringtail, fossfreedom Dec 13 '12 at 15:13

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Any wired connection, or you only have one to test against? – RobotHumans Apr 18 '12 at 9:11
I have only one at work – Roberto S. Apr 18 '12 at 9:18
But I could say that I had used Ubuntu 10.4 LTS since now at work without any problems – Roberto S. Apr 18 '12 at 9:19
Newbie on linux + using 3 year old distribution makes me wonder. – RobotHumans Apr 18 '12 at 9:20
well I'm newbie in using networking and system administration tools. I'm not a newbie at all 'cause I'm a developer. If you ask me to tell you what a result of all connection I could remember ifconfig -a, but for more information I'm very ignorant :-D – Roberto S. Apr 18 '12 at 9:22

Finally I have found that downloading Google Chrome ver 18 directly from Google I can see all mail in Inbox, but after a while I receive a message saying that not all data has been load due to a unstable connection.

So I don't think the problem is in https anymore.

Trying to use a company guest wifi I'm able to go on all internet site without any problem.

This is probably an issue of my network card Broadcom Nextreme 5751m Gigabit Ethernet.

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Okay ! Im not sure but it may be caused by mis-configured proxies. Have you used any proxies or vpn ?

If you use firefox and any proxy addon then check whether it is disabled or not. Addons like - autoproxy,tor button,froxy proxy,anonymox etc can cause this type of problem.

You can manually check firefox network settings by edit->preferences->advanced->connection ->settings.

It also can caused by ssh client. I dont know much about ssh though.

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Thanks. I'm trying to solve this problem using ubuntu 10.04 live, currently. I have seen that firefox connection settings says to use proxy system settings. Using "no proxy" or any other options doesn't change the behaviour. – Roberto S. Apr 18 '12 at 12:52
Trying to connect with ssh to an site on intranet it runs correctly. – Roberto S. Apr 18 '12 at 12:53

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