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Expired HTTPS certificate for the forums

Jon Lennox

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When I try to access the forums over secure http (i.e. https://forum.sealionpress.co.uk) I get an "expired certificate" warning, indicating that the certificate expired on October 29, 2018.

If I click through, though, everything seems to work fine; and it's a "Let's Encrypt" certificate, which should be automatically renewable for free.

Can this be renewed, and the forums switched to use https by default? (Firefox shows a warning when I go to enter my password on an insecure site.)
 

Meadow

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When I try to access the forums over secure http (i.e. https://forum.sealionpress.co.uk) I get an "expired certificate" warning, indicating that the certificate expired on October 29, 2018.

If I click through, though, everything seems to work fine; and it's a "Let's Encrypt" certificate, which should be automatically renewable for free.

Can this be renewed, and the forums switched to use https by default? (Firefox shows a warning when I go to enter my password on an insecure site.)
I'll have a look.
 

DrBett

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How do you eliminate the "expired certificate" warning?

I get the same warning from Google Chrome.
I think that half of the older URLs are also flagged.
(Older than 2008).
 

DrBett

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This is the automatic response I received while searching for an old URL.

Oops! We ran into some problems.
The requested page could not be found.

There was no suggestion as to what I do next.

The old URL was
 
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