`network-security-level' documentation simplification

* lisp/net/nsm.el (network-security-level): Remove the detailed
description, which was already outdated, and refer the users to
the manual.
parent ca7ad427
2014-12-08 Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <larsi@gnus.org>
* net/nsm.el (network-security-level): Remove the detailed
description, which was already outdated, and refer the users to
the manual.
2014-12-06 Andrey Kotlarski <m00naticus@gmail.com>
* net/eww.el (eww-buffers-mode): New major mode.
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......@@ -43,22 +43,13 @@ connection should be handled.
The following values are possible:
`low': Absolutely no checks are performed.
`medium': This is the default level, should be reasonable for most usage.
`high': This warns about additional things that many people would
not find useful.
`paranoid': On this level, the user is queried for most new connections.
`medium': This is the default level, and the following things will
be prompted for.
* invalid, self-signed or otherwise unverifiable certificates
* whether a previously accepted unverifiable certificate has changed
* when a connection that was previously protected by STARTTLS is
now unencrypted
`high': In addition to the above.
* any certificate that changes its public key
`paranoid': In addition to the above.
* any new certificate that you haven't seen before"
See the Emacs manual for a description of all things that are
checked and warned against."
:version "25.1"
:group 'nsm
:type '(choice (const :tag "Low" low)
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