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Level 3: Thinker
Posts: 80
Registered: ‎25-07-2012

Expired security certificate

if you click the signed in link on the page header to sign in -

 

Banner

 

It takes you to a sign-in page where the security certificate has expired -

 

Expired Certificate - Firefox

 

Perhaps the admin could arrange to get this fixed?

 

Thanks.


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Anonymous
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Re: Expired security certificate

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Both forums signing in on my MacBook and iPhone are working fine.

Have you tried another browser.
Level 3: Thinker
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Registered: ‎25-07-2012

Re: Expired security certificate

The normal sign-in works fine (for example, if I click reply and it sends me to the O2 account login page). It's specific to that link - the blue one that says signed in which links to https://federation.o2.co.uk. Same result with IE11.

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Re: Expired security certificate

Hi Bluescreener,

That's getting fixed very soon, thanks for flagging it!

There's nothing to worry about security-wise, its a bug that is on the to-do list.
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Anonymous
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Re: Expired security certificate

Right

Sorry.
Anonymous
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Re: Expired security certificate

Also tested on Chrome and IE8 on Windows 7 and also receive a warning.

 

Interesting to see that what I assume is Safari on Macbook and iPhone isn't warning its users about the expiration of a security certificate on a secure website when all of the other browsers are.

 

 

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Re: Expired security certificate


@Anonymous wrote:

Also tested on Chrome and IE8 on Windows 7 and also receive a warning.

 

Interesting to see that what I assume is Safari on Macbook and iPhone isn't warning its users about the expiration of a security certificate on a secure website when all of the other browsers are.

 

 


Just tried signing in on my iPhone 5s and Safari couldn't verify server identity so Safari users are also being warned

Anonymous
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Re: Expired security certificate

Yes just tried the way as described and get the pop up to cancel or ignore.
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Re: Expired security certificate


@Toby wrote:
Hi Bluescreener,

That's getting fixed very soon, thanks for flagging it!

There's nothing to worry about security-wise, its a bug that is on the to-do list.

It looks as if it's fixed today.

 

Thanks!


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