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    Expired Certificate Error

    I'm getting an error message that the authentication certificate for the site expired on 12/26/21 and that I am no longer allowed access.

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    Re: Expired Certificate Error

    Yeah, we are looking into it.

    Rick “may take a few days to fix” Denney

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    Re: Expired Certificate Error

    Firefox on LInux warned me about it, but did allow access. I have set the 'HTTPS-only" mode

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    Re: Expired Certificate Error

    I set an exception for https://www.largeformatphotography.info in Firefox, so I could continue to access the site in spite of the expired certificate.

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    Re: Expired Certificate Error

    My old firefox on winXP shows the error but I can get around that n have access. My android just locks me out. This seems to be a problem with a few other sites as well.

    Can anyone expplain more about these certificates? Why we need them and who issues them? Seems to be a silly system, more like glass insurance.. pay up or your windows get broken in the middle of the night.

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    Re: Expired Certificate Error

    Certificates let the browser/isp/search engine know a web site is who they say they are. Its like how some delivery companies won’t deliver (in theory) to people standing around in the yard at the delivery address. If you’re not inside the house, you might be squatting for packages.

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    Re: Expired Certificate Error

    and where do you get them from? are they free? how do you prove who you are to the issuer?

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    Re: Expired Certificate Error

    Same here. According to firefox (on linux) I have to update my clock of the pc. I don't think that NTP works that way At least Firefox let me continue, Vivaldi (my default browser) or the Android one on my phone don't give the option to continue.
    Expert in non-working solutions.

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    Re: Expired Certificate Error

    I can circumvent the expired certificate in Firefox, but not in Chrome which is my main browser.

    Thanks for taking care of it, Rick.
    Jim
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    Re: Expired Certificate Error

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Cole View Post
    I can circumvent the expired certificate in Firefox, but not in Chrome which is my main browser.

    Thanks for taking care of it, Rick.
    Jim
    Incognito mode in Chrome works: on Windows machine, ctrl-shift-N

    Then select "proceed to... (unsafe)

    ... that's how I came here today...

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