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Serious SSL weakness can be helped by history entriesBearing in mind things like https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DigiNotar#Issuance_of_fraudulent_certificates , if the browser history records access to an SSL/TLS site, it should also record what certificate was used.
Also, if a certificate is deleted, marked "don't trust" or turns up on a CRL list, the history should be automatically checked and a warning given if it's been used.
It would also be nice to be able to copy the certificate details as text in one go (after accessing it from the padlock in the address bar), instead of having to copy-paste each field one by one. (Currently you can, but only if there is a problem with it, because then it may show up in the preferences dialog).