When a site is opened via
https:// in Firefox and Chrome browsers the address bar shows the well-known "lock sign" meaning that the connection is encrypted and "just relax, it's secure".
If the user clicks onto the lock sign he's shown a popup with details such as who runs the website and who issued the certificate. Next there's a "more information button" in Firefox that bring up a yet another panel. On the other panel there's a "view certificate information" button. In Chrome there's a link to "certificate information" on the first popup.
So there's a chain of elements that eventually leads the user to something like this (this is from Firefox):
If you wonder why I'm providing all the details - look at the expiration date and decide whether it's Sep 02 or Feb 09. So I suspect there's something wrong with this UI but I can't decide how this can be improved before I know why this panel exists in the first place.
What's the use of this panel? When would users want to see it and what will they be looking for in there and why?