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    Seems fixed.
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    When you get that message, Google is just telling you they don't approve of that choice. Try going on a truly Right site. I have even gotten this message trying to look at retail gun products at a site they didn't like. We need a lot of changes in this country. Trump is making changes but Trump has exposed far, far, far, more which needs to be done. Google needs to be broken up. So do all the tech giants.

    There is a lot of interest in downplaying wrongdoing. Is is somehow broadminded or sophisticated or stabilizing? No, those are liars. This is wrongdoing. This is so obviously wrongdoing that anyone defending or excusing or making excuses for obvious censorship is suspect in my eyes.

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    Your connection is not private

    Lol, there is no conspriracy here, expired certificates only cause concern when you have reason to not trust the old one anymore... do you? No. Accept the warning and move on with your day.

    Do not accept old certificates for banking and such other sites without confirmation that the certificate is just barely expired, and thatís your risk.

    In my industry we use several websites that are hosted in closed network with certificates that always are expired... as long as you have no reason to fear they are compromised itís a non-issue.

    * being expired a long time means a longer window of time for an attack to try compromising the certificate, it doesnít mean the certificate is already compromised, thatís why they get expiration dates *


    Andrew - Lancaster, CA
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    Last edited by lordmorgul; 01-12-20 at 16:08.

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    Just a follow up all: Our SSL problem was not do to a renewal issue or anything malicious. Thanks to all who sent us notification--we were able to get the fluke of a problem resolved pretty quickly.

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