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I was getting the invalid certificate warning yesterday with both Firefox in Windows and Safari on my iPad but once I bypassed it I have had no problems.
Edit: After investigating a little further I clicked on the small padlock left of the url in the address bar in Firefox and it still shows an invalid certificate. I tried clearing cookies and site data and it is still invalid. When I click on more information it shows the certificate expired April 14, 2020.


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I just now was able to sign in without receiving the warning. :thumbs:

Hope that continues.


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Reality Check wrote: Wed Apr 15, 2020 10:12 am ... it shows the certificate expired April 14, 2020.
Which is true, but I updated it yesterday and it definitely doesn't expire until April 14, 2021.

'Course, if'n we don't have a different president by then, I may be expired. :pray:


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Foggy wrote: Wed Apr 15, 2020 10:31 am :snippity: Which is true, but I updated it yesterday and it definitely doesn't expire until April 14, 2021.

'Course, if'n we don't have a different president by then, I may be expired. :pray:
This is what I see. When I click on "view certificate" it says it is corrupted.
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I am still seeing the warning notice on Safari. I backdoored my way in by Googling TFB and going in through Board Index, but the URL is reading "Not Secure." If I go back to https//thefogbow.com, I get the warning notice.


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I was still getting it this morning, Win10 laptop, android tablet and i-phone. Then, magically, about 10 minutes ago, everything started working fine.


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OK, I finally got help from Live Chat and properly installed my new certificate.

On all my browsers, if you force refresh the cache it shows the updated certificate. Usually that's CTRL + F5, but might be different depending on the browser.

I apologize, I thought updating it was enough, but it turns out you have to update and THEN install the new certificate. I still wonder why I wasn't getting any error on my tablet or phone or PC, but whatever, it's installed correctly now and I'll remember all the steps I took next year when I have to renew it again. Although I don't remember doing all that last year.

Whatever. I did it. Which is nice, considering Ed Hale said Foogie never gets anythign striagth.


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Foggy wrote: Wed Apr 15, 2020 11:49 am OK, I finally got help from Live Chat and properly installed my new certificate.

On all my browsers, if you force refresh the cache it shows the updated certificate. Usually that's CTRL + F5, but might be different depending on the browser.

I apologize, I thought updating it was enough, but it turns out you have to update and THEN install the new certificate. I still wonder why I wasn't getting any error on my tablet or phone or PC, but whatever, it's installed correctly now and I'll remember all the steps I took next year when I have to renew it again. Although I don't remember doing all that last year.

Whatever. I did it. Which is nice, considering Ed Hale said Foogie never gets anythign striagth.
Yay, https works for me again. Thank you sir.


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Good to go here too. Thanks.


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Just gotta keep nagging me and eventually I will get off my butt.

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Thanks Foggy, working for me now too.


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:thumbs: certificates like easter eggs have arrived in the Alpine regions too :!:


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I didn't have to do anything on Firefox and Windows. It cleared the exception and accepted the new certificate.


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I was consistently getting the error yesterday, and it wanted me to bypass every time I went to another page in the forum. Ugh.

But today, it's working fine, on the same laptop I was using yesterday. :dance:

Edit: I am using Chrome.


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Confirmed - no complaints from the browser this morning. Green padlock in the url bar. Thank you so much!

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Is it me or is everyone? I'm using Chrome and I get a "not secure" notice when I log onto TFB. I don't have this problem with Firefox or Edge. I don't have this issue when visiting other sites while using Chrome. It's a minor inconvenience on my desktop, but I can't get into TFB at all using my cell and Chrome. I did notice that I can't get into TFB on the cell when using Safari either. I first thought it may be because I'm using a VPN so I dropped the VPN and the problem persists. I dumped Chrome and re-installed it. Same issue. Does anyone else have this problem?


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ZekeB wrote: Tue May 19, 2020 7:04 pm Is it me or is everyone? I'm using Chrome and I get a "not secure" notice when I log onto TFB. I don't have this problem with Firefox or Edge. I don't have this issue when visiting other sites while using Chrome. It's a minor inconvenience on my desktop, but I can't get into TFB at all using my cell and Chrome. I did notice that I can't get into TFB on the cell when using Safari either. I first thought it may be because I'm using a VPN so I dropped the VPN and the problem persists. I dumped Chrome and re-installed it. Same issue. Does anyone else have this problem?
Make sure you are using https (with the S) in the address.

https:// thefogbow.com/forum/

I broke the link so you could see it since the Code command appears to be one of the advanced BBCodes we no longer have.


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We still have the code one. It's the 5th button, says </>.


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ZekeB wrote: Tue May 19, 2020 7:04 pm Is it me or is everyone? I'm using Chrome and I get a "not secure" notice when I log onto TFB. I don't have this problem with Firefox or Edge. I don't have this issue when visiting other sites while using Chrome. It's a minor inconvenience on my desktop, but I can't get into TFB at all using my cell and Chrome. I did notice that I can't get into TFB on the cell when using Safari either. I first thought it may be because I'm using a VPN so I dropped the VPN and the problem persists. I dumped Chrome and re-installed it. Same issue. Does anyone else have this problem?
I use Chrome and no problems for me (for whatever it is worth).


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scirreeve wrote: Tue May 19, 2020 9:54 pm
ZekeB wrote: Tue May 19, 2020 7:04 pm Is it me or is everyone? I'm using Chrome and I get a "not secure" notice when I log onto TFB. I don't have this problem with Firefox or Edge. I don't have this issue when visiting other sites while using Chrome. It's a minor inconvenience on my desktop, but I can't get into TFB at all using my cell and Chrome. I did notice that I can't get into TFB on the cell when using Safari either. I first thought it may be because I'm using a VPN so I dropped the VPN and the problem persists. I dumped Chrome and re-installed it. Same issue. Does anyone else have this problem?
I use Chrome and no problems for me (for whatever it is worth).
It breaks for me on chrome if I use https:// with the www. prefix. It works if the www is left off.

Here is the error I get:
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I'm normally just using non secure http://, so I never noticed it before Zeke asking.
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Foggy wrote: Tue May 19, 2020 9:21 pm We still have the code one. It's the 5th button, says </>.
:doh:

Code: Select all

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Well, it is not all that intuitive for lazy people who don't want to point at it to get the tooltip, especially after he did it for a couple other ones he was not sure what they were right off.


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Is anyone else's Firefox bouncing up and down? New one on me.


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Addie wrote: Thu May 21, 2020 3:07 pm Is anyone else's Firefox bouncing up and down? New one on me.
Not here. But I'm on Linux and using Firefox 76.0. What version of Firefox do you have?


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Also on Linux, Firefox 68.8. It seems to have stopped doing it now. Thanks.
jmj wrote: Thu May 21, 2020 4:53 pm
Addie wrote: Thu May 21, 2020 3:07 pm Is anyone else's Firefox bouncing up and down? New one on me.
Not here. But I'm on Linux and using Firefox 76.0. What version of Firefox do you have?


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Is it me, or is the Donate button in quarantine?


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