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Re: Website Not Secure

Postby wildwalks » Tue 22 Sep, 2020 8:31 am

Son of a Beach wrote:Looks like the YouTube tags are no longer working (at least at viewtopic.php?f=10&t=31483&view=unread#unread ). I'm not sure if its related to this change but the timing is about right.

Ohh -- well spotted, was related. Thanks for pointing it out :)
Fixed now.
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Re: Website Not Secure

Postby wildwanderer » Thu 24 Sep, 2020 6:20 am

Unfortunately on my mobile browser (Firefox) it is saying the https is not working correctly. (Broken padlock)
I'm using bushwak.com not www.bushwalk.com

On my desktop my antivirus won't even let me visit bushwalk.com Antivirus is saying there is problems with the site certificate and the site may steal my information.

Obviously the stealing info bit is incorrect but seems like some more tweaking on the certificate may be needed?
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Re: Website Not Secure

Postby johnw » Thu 24 Sep, 2020 9:41 am

wildwanderer wrote:Unfortunately on my mobile browser (Firefox) it is saying the https is not working correctly. (Broken padlock)
I'm using bushwak.com not http://www.bushwalk.com

On my desktop my antivirus won't even let me visit bushwalk.com Antivirus is saying there is problems with the site certificate and the site may steal my information.

Obviously the stealing info bit is incorrect but seems like some more tweaking on the certificate may be needed?


Latest version of Firefox on Win10 desktop with Norton 360 I can access the site, but get the padlock message below.
Once logged in the message about blocking disappears.
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Re: Website Not Secure

Postby wildwalks » Thu 24 Sep, 2020 10:44 am

Thanks Wildwanderer & Johnw

Okay, I think I see the issue, seems to be that I am calling google ads (only appears when not logged in) over http: not https:
Nice easy fix :)
Lets see if that works - fingers crossed

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