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|#12350||rejected||Debug level selector in Settings is broken|
Steps to reproduce:
Expected: the selector for "Debug Information in message log" should show the current level. Saving without touching it should not change the setting
Observed: regardless of what the current level is (that is, if you followed the steps above, regardless of the level you configured at step 3), the selector shows "1. Warning". If you now save the settings without having touched the debug level setting, it will be actually changed to Warning.
This is broken in two ways: 1) it doesn't show the actual current level; 2) it causes you to unintentionally change a setting without having touched it (by only changing other unrelated settings and saving) if you don't notice.
|#12347||invalid||Update failures - filezilla-project.org is using a local CA, so no path to verification|
When checking for updates in the client, I saw the update failing to connect. I grabbed the connection string from the "Show details" link and pasted it into a browser (Chrome for example). The link for me was https://update.filezilla-project.org/update.php?cpuid=sse%2Csse2%2Csse3%2Cssse3%2Csse4.1%2Csse4.2%2Cavx%2Cavx2%2Caes%2Cpclmulqdq%2Crdrnd%2Cbmi%2Cbmi2%2Cadx%2Clm&initial=1&manual=1&osarch=64&osversion=10.0&package=1&platform=x86_64-w64-mingw32&updated=0&version=3.51.0
This should generate a standard warning that pops up whenever certificates can't be validated. Looking at the certificate, the cert specified for update.filezilla-project.org seems good; however, it was issued by a private ca for filezilla-project.org with a private IP address of 10.6.92.6. This needs to be issued as a resolvable host (also: use FQDN, not IP).
New cert looks to have been applied around Dec 14.
|#12344||rejected||Unable to connect to Yahoo Server Using filezella|
Log on to the ftp.bramwellwv.com host server fails with all input data verified to be correcct. Log on to the Yahoo server shows failure to connect after connecting up to the point of accepting password.