confusing certificate warnings
I have an account at jabber.ccc.de and they use a cacert certificate.
Due to that, some cert warnings are expected, but there is an additional issue:
Gajim first warns about the root certificate of cacert (and lets you confirm the fingerprint of the root cert).
Then it warns again (in a rather alarming way) that the fingerprint has changed and lets you confirm the fingerprint of the jabber.ccc.de cert.
Steps to reproduce
Try with any jabber.ccc.de account (or anything else based on a cacert account).
OS version: Ubuntu 14.04
GTK version: default one
PyGTK version: default one
To clarify the screenshot:
old == valid cacert root cert fingerprint new == valid jabber.ccc.de cert fingerprint
So it compares fingerprints of different certificates. They are EXPECTED to be different.
Also, you can't get rid of these warnings by confirming the fingerprints, they show up again and again...
Update to 0.16, it's fixed.