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This is what I am getting in Chrome -
Your connection is not private
Attackers might be trying to steal your information from www.d-addicts.com
(for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards). NET::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID
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Me and my friend have the same problem on every browser.
Does someone know what to do? I tried to check the older posts but nothing work.
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I changed the DNS away from cloudfire because I think its causing email problems. As a result of that though we no longer can use the cloudfire SSL certificate so thats why you see all those error message. I've change the board protocal default so hopefully you won't see that error again.
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Ruroshin wrote:I changed the DNS away from cloudfire because I think its causing email problems. As a result of that though we no longer can use the cloudfire SSL certificate so thats why you see all those error message. I've change the board protocal default so hopefully you won't see that error again.
thank you for responding, I was seriously concerned that the site might 've been hijacked and lost (as has happened to eztv)
not wanting to be a nag ... haha, sorry ... but could you also change the default style back to where the poster is in the left column?
thank you and have a nice weekend
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As per the other post about this problem, using just http without the s behind seems to solve the problem. Maybe you could try that? It worked for me too.
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Thanks for putting the poster back on the left side
The certificate problem seems to be solved too
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Is "test" written in the bottom of every page for everybody ? (for me it is)
What kind of test is that ?
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It's probably some theme related test... you can get rid of it by changing your theme to SE Square Left in the User Control Panel
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SSL-error still ongoing in FF41.0 Just got it on my first return to D-A since quite some time.
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Up until just now, I was still getting this error, but then I accidently stumbled upon a different route and it worked.
I only get this error if I type in "d-addicts.com" in the chrome address bar, as opposed to "www.d-addicts.com
" so try that and see how it goes. Maybe change your bookmark too.
Can't be perfect though.
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