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    SSDG
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    Heads up to SysAdmins here, that google has recently started declaring that if a site doesn't have a valid SSL certificate, they are going to report it as "unsafe."

    https://blogs.msmvps.com/harrywaldro...cure-websites/

    Anyway, I get a ton of (new) errors when I try and come here, that I have to wade through.

    -John

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    These guys offer free SSL certs... (and I too will probably be buying some soon.)

    https://ssl.comodo.com/free-ssl-certificate.php

    -John

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    my browser shows the site's SSL cert is valid, and using TLS 1.2 as desired. The cert is from comodo.

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    I mostly use chrome and have seen no issue here. The cert shows valid. Couple warnings under critical extensions, but no issues reported connecting with chrome.
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    No issues with IE at work (DOD) or Firefox/IE at home on two different laptops (Linux Mint/Win10), nor on iphone (safari).

    Perhaps a browser setting/need of update throwing false positives?
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    Yes, sorry, I appear to have been mistaken. The site does indeed have a good certificate and valid into 2019. I think I may have been hitting a wrong/bad site. Sorry for the false alarm.

    (I still need to go out and get certs for my sites though.)

    -John
    Last edited by iego; 06-09-2018 at 19:17.

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