I posted this in Opera for Windows accidentally, but this is with Opera browser 31.0.1889.174 on Linux (RPM).
The openssl version is OpenSSL 1.0.1k 8 Jan 2015. Squid's version, for all it matters, is 3.4.4.
@lando242 Almost nothing of what you wrote is real.
a self certificate doesn't represent a middle man dilemma but an end man in disguise dilemma.
A self certificate is perfectly fine if you can prove the end man identity in other ways.
You are unbelievable.
Have you tried a third party download manager like FlashGet? There is also an extension for this one for Opera. I haven't used a download manager in a long time but back in the good old dial-up Internet days, they where a god send.
Interesting discussion. I share many of the expressed opinions having been an Opera addict since Version 3 (you even had to pay for a licence at the time, a few decades ago..) I guess it's partly a generation question. These days people don't really question webservices any more and the ancient Pop3 standard seems to have become more or less extinct. For the time being I'll stick with my dual Opera setup until a real reason comes up to move over to web-based IMAP for mail, such as independency from the hardware you have installed your mail client on.