I have been accessing Google via IPv6 for the past few months thanks to the nice people at Hurricane Electric. Every once in a while when using Gmail, I will get a security error warning me that the SSL certificate for mail.google.com does not belong to that site (see below). This only happens over IPv6. Today, I am being served a certificate for Google South Africa’s domain. I am clearly in China and my tunnelbroker.net IPv6 tunnel terminates in Fremont, California. Anyone else have a similar problem?
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