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@Lekensteyn There are indeed privacy concerns. Sadly, there's nothing you can do. You either use separate browsers, tolerate the popups, disable client authentication altogether, or simply accept the current situation. Hopefully, this behaviour will be configurable at some point. At least, some addon/extension will help with that. I've edited my answer to include your response.
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@l0b0 There's nothing else you can do. Firefox will keep popping up asking you choose a certificate as long as the server is requesting one and you have one. Please note that the certificate only contains your public key. If you don't want this to happen, disable the BBC rule in HTTPS Everywhere.
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Let me guess, the problem disappears when you disable HTTPS Everywhere? (Or just when you disable the BBC option/rule in HTTPS Everywhere)
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