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#1 2018-11-05 17:20:22

jt
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Browser that will open 68KMLA? Interesting security problem.

I'm on Firefox/Win10 and it won't connect to a couple of sites, including the MLA. Anyone else have the same issues? Are any browsers for Win10 connecting now? Seems the thingamajigger expired. LOL!

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#2 2018-11-05 21:59:25

jt
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Re: Browser that will open 68KMLA? Interesting security problem.

Interesting, now I can't get on here from work either. ::)

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#3 2018-11-05 23:18:03

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Re: Browser that will open 68KMLA? Interesting security problem.

Not sure, jt. The SSL passes with flying colors on SSL check sites like ssllabs.com


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#4 2018-11-06 16:50:09

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Re: Browser that will open 68KMLA? Interesting security problem.

Others were having the same problems there with the MLA. Some reported that Chrome wouldn't let them in. That was curious, because I loaded Chrome for a try and got on to make a report.

Over there it's an HSTS permissions/expired certificate thing. We'll see what happens at work today. I'll see if I can catch the error to report.

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#5 2018-11-07 06:59:43

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Re: Browser that will open 68KMLA? Interesting security problem.

The certificate is from RapidSSL which is under the DigiCert umbrella. DigiCert was requiring the reissue of some certificates using an old root certificate. I didn't think RapidSSL was one of them but I reissued the certificate anyways and installed it to the web server. It looks like Chrome has stopped whining about it now and shows a padlock so I'll call it a win.


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#6 2018-11-07 21:58:50

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Re: Browser that will open 68KMLA? Interesting security problem.

Off today, but I took a pic of the error screen last night just in case. I may drop by there later tonight to check it out. MLA appears to be back up so I can uninstall the evil that is Google's spyware.

Down Google!!!!] (Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen reference.) Long live DuckDuckGo.com the search engine that refuses to make plastercasts of your digital footprints.

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