I’m reading Data Cleaning Pocket Primer in which the author mentions the “Four Cs” for code samples: they must be Clear, Concise, Complete, and Correct.
Today I read How to Automatically Clear Browsing History in Chrome on Exit and learned how to clear cookies etc when closing the Chromium web browser. Basically it’s Settings -> Privacy and security -> Site settings -> Cookies and site data -> Clear cookies and site data when you quit Chromium.
Sometimes I have a problem where I connect to my server without using a certificate, and then later need to connect using a certificate. But if I’ve already selected not to use a certificate then Firefox doesn’t prompt again so I have been having to restart my browser when that happens, which was a real pain, until now!
To clear your SSL session state in Firefox choose History -> Clear Recent History… and then select “Active Logins” and click “Clear Now”. Then the next time you connect to your SSL server Firefox will prompt for which certificate to use.