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This site is not secure message
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Anyone else getting a "this site is not secure message"? I have had to work around my firewall to post this
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#2
Yes. seems the https certificate is expired.
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#3
Same message here.
Seems ok again about ten minutes later.
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(23-01-2019, 04:20 PM)Johnrgby Wrote: Anyone else getting a "this site is not secure message"? I have had to work around my firewall to post this

Sorry everyone. The SSL certificate expired, had to contact the hosting to sort it out. Took them less than 10 minutes to fix it, good job. Should be fine now.

Not that bad as we're not dealing with payments or any personal details but SSL is always nice to have - make sure you are using https instead of http on any website, please.
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(23-01-2019, 04:52 PM)Sam Wrote:
(23-01-2019, 04:20 PM)Johnrgby Wrote: Anyone else getting a "this site is not secure message"? I have had to work around my firewall to post this

Sorry everyone. The SSL certificate expired, had to contact the hosting to sort it out. Took them less than 10 minutes to fix it, good job. Should be fine now.

Not that bad as we're not dealing with payments or any personal details but SSL is always nice to have - make sure you are using https instead of http on any website, please.

Someone ought to tell Brightspark, he's very worried!  But his dire warnings on the old forum of personal security breaches here are totally unfounded, and anyway there are so few people using the old forum that his post was largely a waste of his time (unusual or not?).
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#6
Chrome is still showing you unsecure. Certificate is valid. But no https But at least they aren't blocking outright anymore.
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#7
Looks fine at my end.

   
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#8
Weird not on mine. I even cleared my cache.
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Ours is fine also and I use chrome?
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#10
Will, the certificate has been issued in less than 10 minutes after the old expired. It should be working at your side too.
The only explanation for your issue could be: You're using VPN or connecting from other side of the planet. I believe the DNS servers you're using are simply not up to date with the new certificate and are still storing the old one. It can take them up to 48 hours to update the info.
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