CA and intermediary CA certificate expiration date in red even if not expired at their level
|Reported by:||Cyrille POREAUX||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||Certificate expiration coloration||Cc:|
|Component version:||3.37.0||Operating system type:||Windows|
|Operating system version:||10 (1703 - 15063.1324)|
I'm using FTP 3.37.0 (compilation date 2018-09-17) under Windows 10 Enterprise (Version 1703, 15063.1324), all in french.
I've a site registered :
- FTP Explicit with TLS if possible;
- Host name setup, no port setup (21 used)
- Normal authentication, login with a '|' and a regular password
- Second tab is left empty/default;
- Third tab is set to passive transfer mode, nothing else modified;
- 4th/last tab left as default.
It's not a public ftp so i can give it by mail but not in public.
The certificate is expired, and is well raised as expired with a pop-up, with expiratino date in red (level 0).
But when i use the drop-down list to see intermediate certificate (n°1) and root certificate (n°2), the expiration date is colored red, even if their expiration date is in the future.
It seems that the red color of the 'expiration date' zone is kept red for other level than level 0, even if they are not...
Shouldn't it be only the expired one that must be in red, and not the other ones ? If in red, we can think that it's expired, even if it's not ;-(
At your disposal.