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Discussion in 'Suggestion Box & Feedback' started by Fox Mulder, Aug 18, 2017.

  1. Fox Mulder

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    Getting a warning the site is not secure and https is broken. May be an invalid certificate. Staff please investigate-

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  2. mikedt

    mikedt 你好

    I'm seeing that as well this afternoon, if I hit YES it does go through OK and can post this post.

    ...and for information this is what I see in Firefox on Mac.
    Cert has expired apparently.
    #2 mikedt, Aug 18, 2017
    Last edited: Aug 18, 2017
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  3. tommo47

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  4. Member243850

    Member243850 Guest

    Yeah me too.

    But I am super paranoid and use BlackBerry now for beautiful insane security but if I just hit accept I go through.

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  5. Deleted User

    Deleted User Guest

    Yup same here. Certificate has expired. HTTPS is going bonkers about it. Constantly getting warnings.
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  6. Dannydet

    Dannydet Extreme Android User

    Seems to be ok now....
  7. Fox Mulder

    VIP Member Thread Starter

    Yep looks like someone paid the https bill, ok here too.
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  8. Member243850

    Member243850 Guest

    Nope mine is still doing it... hmm did android forums run out of money to pay their Internet server fees?


    Hahaha lol don't be cheapskates guys it's not worth it in the long run!

    Soon your brand will run through the mud and nobody will trust the brand name ever again :)

    Then all the boycotting will start because nobody ever gave everyone free massages or something like that...

    I recommend android forums gives you all a free coffee to keep us as loyal customers!

    Yes so it will maybe come to a few hundred million free coffees! :)
  9. Fox Mulder

    VIP Member Thread Starter

    Try clearing your browser cache, it might be stuck in there.
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  10. Sometimes that happens to me if I ignore the android os updates for several weeks, last time it happened back in may I tried clearing my browser cashe, deleting and re installing chrome, but it only stopped after I gave in and updated my android os. I was ignorig the update because there have been wayyyyyy to many updates in the last year or 2, os updates used to be once a year or so, now it seems like every month
  11. Steven58


    Is this okay now? Do I have you guys' permission to close this? Lemme know.
  12. Fox Mulder

    VIP Member Thread Starter

    It actually happened again yesterday (maybe why this was bumped although that post doesn't say anything useful) but it's ok now. So I'd say lock 'er up and if it recurs we'll just post again.
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  13. Steven58


    Yessir. Will do. If this happens again, let's make another (fresh) post, k?


    Thanks for being on this guys! [​IMG]
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