Michael MP2

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JUst the homepage... link to screenshots of downloaded certificate are below. I'm running Firefox 56 on 10.10 with some pretty heavy duty security on top. Certificate is fine here, homepage, no.

https://imgur.com/a/Enfhl
 

loby

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Why do you believe the cert is "bad"?

I also get a message about that.....if I use a third party browser (iCab). It states inconsistencies in it’s cert “network error” and “can not establish a secure connection”....so it will not even open. Maybe due to all of the tracking and advertising MacRumors has...especially on its homepage.

They too have to pay the bills...
 
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arn

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I also get a message about that.....if I use a third party browser (iCab). It states inconsistencies in it’s cert “network error” and “can not establish a secure connection”....so it will not even open. Maybe due to all of the tracking and advertising MacRumors has...especially on its homepage.

They too have to pay the bills...

How old is iCab? It's possible that older browsers might not support the newest encryptions.

arn
 

jtara

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No idea what OP means by "certificate is fine here, homepage no".

What is it that OP thinks is "wrong" with the certificate? It's a multi-domain certificate for a shared server or CDN.
 

loby

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How old is iCab? It's possible that older browsers might not support the newest encryptions.

arn

That may be a possibility, but the browser still receives updates so I can assume that it is update to date.
 

Michael MP2

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