Certificate invalid?

Frodebro

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A couple of days ago I started getting a pop-up warning that Safari cannot verify the identity of the site as the root certificate is expired.

???
 

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There is no root certificate. None whatsoever. So, I don't see why anything should be telling you that the certificate is expired.

Only SSL secured websites have certificates. We sell nothing. And have no need for SSL security. So, again - we don't have ANY certificate.
 

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A couple of days ago I started getting a pop-up warning that Safari cannot verify the identity of the site as the root certificate is expired.

???

We're you typing the address in using HTTPS instead of HTTP? You often get that error if you try to connect using SSL to a site that doesn't use it like this one.
 

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Thanks, Paul. It's probably just some weird thing with the latest version of Safari (Just bought a new computer two weeks ago).
 

Frodebro

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We're you typing the address in using HTTPS instead of HTTP? You often get that error if you try to connect using SSL to a site that doesn't use it like this one.

My bookmarks all migrated over from the old computer, so I haven't typed in an address for this site in years.
 




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