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    I'm still getting this:
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonathonhawke View Post
    I'm still getting this:
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    Seems to be happening again? The certificate expired today.

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    Just a chime in saying same on Chrome.

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    Same on Firefox.


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    it is the same on chrome too. finally got past it..Thank you, Flack.
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    Got it in firefox today, told browser to ignore warning..maybe theyre trying to tell us something hmmmmm??? lol

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    It's fixed... It would have been fixed a lot sooner had my internet not been down for most of the day. It wouldn't even have been a problem had the script that's supposed to automatically renew the cert not decided to start bombing out because it upgraded itself to death.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dealer-san View Post
    It's fixed... It would have been fixed a lot sooner had my internet not been down for most of the day. It wouldn't even have been a problem had the script that's supposed to automatically renew the cert not decided to start bombing out because it upgraded itself to death.
    Thank you Dealer! I appreciate it

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    Thanks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dealer-san View Post
    It's fixed... It would have been fixed a lot sooner had my internet not been down for most of the day. It wouldn't even have been a problem had the script that's supposed to automatically renew the cert not decided to start bombing out because it upgraded itself to death.
    There were/are whacky things afoot with Firefox and certs, as well. A few days ago basically everyone's plugins simultaneously disabled themselves, and weren't allowed to reinstall due to a "connection error". Turns out Mozilla itself had failed to fix some cert renewal issue, so every plug-in was basically timed out and disconnected.

    Was fun times. I browsed the internet through my iPad for a few days until they provided a fix. I never realized how much garbage I was missing until I lost NoScript and my HTML5 disabler.

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