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The website certificate is expired, which Chrome *constantly* nags about.
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Yes, just got the same message here in Firefox.
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Just had it too
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Same here in firefox. Was just going to start a thread about it :).
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this certificate business is a bother .....
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Sme here...with Firefox...
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Even Seamonkey complains, but still has an option to permanently accept it nevertheless (without nagging) :-)
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Have patience. I see that multiple new certificates have been issued: https://crt.sh/?q=atari-forum.com. Thus, I assume the admins are already working on this problem.
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It was raised via one of the FB groups and both Dal & Brume are sorting it out.
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Hi,

On Firefox from France....

Hope that the certificate will generate soon :)
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charles wrote: Sat May 22, 2021 12:41 pm this certificate business is a bother .....
it's possible to use let's encrypt, which is free
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Let's Encrypt is a free SSL provider but the Auto-Renew every 90 days feature in cPanel is a pain.
If cPanel is available Comodo Issued free SSLs are also an option.
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way beyond my grasp ... is Atari forums going underground?
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charles wrote: Sat May 22, 2021 12:41 pm this certificate business is a bother .....
Must less bother than a hover..... ha ha ha :lol: ..... opps.... dated myself :oops:
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Wow... fixed !! :D
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Really fixed? Just got a different error in Firefox: unknown issuer (new certificate seems to be from GeoTrust)
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ThorstenOtto wrote: Mon May 24, 2021 11:30 am Really fixed? Just got a different error in Firefox: unknown issuer
Works for me. Firefox 88.0.1. You seem to be using an old version judging by the screenshot.
ThorstenOtto wrote: Mon May 24, 2021 11:30 am (new certificate seems to be from GeoTrust)
As was the previous one that expired on Saturday.
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That being said, the atari-forum.com server is not delivering the intermediate [1] certificate:
https://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker. ... -forum.com
It might increase compatibility with clients/browsers if it was correctly configured to do so.

[1] What is an intermediate certificate? Browsers only have a limited set of certificates they inherently trust: root certificates. Generally, the certificate for a server is not directly signed by the root certificate, but by an intermediate. In case of atari-forum.com: atari-forum.com <- signed by GeoTrust TLS DV RSA Mixed SHA256 2020 CA-1 <- signed by DigiCert Global Root CA <- trusted by browser. Browsers have to check the entire chain to be certain that a certificate is valid. You can help them by sending the intermediate certificate, too. This is considered TLS/SSL best practice: https://github.com/ssllabs/research/wik ... ate-chains
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all good on my side
just linked to paged with no further error....
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Re: Certificate expired

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Letsencrypt certificates can be automatically checked and updated from a cron job. No problem at all.
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