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    Sawmill creek security certificate expired today--?

    Firefox wouldn't connect unless I did the 'exemption' thing-- which I did

    just sayin'


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    Same happened to me. First with Safari, then with Chrome. Firefox was the easiest to get to log in.

    Here is the view from one browser:

    Certificate.png

    jtk
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    me too +1 using firefox
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    It has been reported and I'm sure it is being worked on. I would suggest only allowing a temporary exception not a permanent one.
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    The problem is the Aaron and I both paid to renew our certificate and someone at Spirit Domains got confused. Aaron is working on this to try and get it resolved ASAP.

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    Chrome didn't give an option; no way to get on.
    I thought it was because of what I said about contributing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Outten View Post
    The problem is the Aaron and I both paid to renew our certificate and someone at Spirit Domains got confused. Aaron is working on this to try and get it resolved ASAP.
    Have you looked into using something like Let's Encrypt? It's the go to free certification authority, and open source, which is nice. Set it up, make a cron job to auto-renew it, and forget about it. Might help to save some money and downtime.
    Last edited by Luke Dupont; 08-06-2018 at 9:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wade Lippman View Post
    Chrome didn't give an option; no way to get on.
    I thought it was because of what I said about contributing.
    It was! Now we have someone to blame despite it not being your fault.
    She said “How many woodworking tools do you need?”
    I said “Why? Do you know someone who is selling some?”


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    Safari have me no option to get passed it. I think this happenes every year or so.

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