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The site's SSL certificate is now expired.. "Not Valid After: Thursday, September 6, 2018".
In order to post this screenshot and information, I had to rollback my System time to yesterday as Chrome religiously warns about it even though I have agreed to proceed unsafely already.. It harasses for each and every link on the site..

 

 

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Shows for EVERY link you click on this forum..

 

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I getting message about wrong certificate regularly. I don't know what is wrong.

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23 hours ago, XLR said:

I still have to refresh every page 3 times before i can access it, using latest firefox... Certificate issues

Me too.

Please fix it ASAP !

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2 hours ago, Hervé said:

Yup, same here; I guess the certificate was finally renewed! :thumbsup_anim:

 

I PM'd fubra support early today and they gently replied - They checked and updated things where necessary and it seems that that did the trick... finally.  :weight_lift:

 

The general forum performances, broken search indexer and other things should also be treating very quickly... hopefully.  ^_^

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8 hours ago, fantomas said:

I PM'd fubra support early today and they gently replied - They checked and updated things where necessary and it seems that that did the trick... finally.  :weight_lift:

 

The general forum performances, broken search indexer and other things should also be treating very quickly... hopefully.  ^_^

Thanks for contacting the support team and yeah the over all performance seems to be improved and there are no more ssl certificate errors so far.

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17 hours ago, fantomas said:

 

I PM'd fubra support early today and they gently replied - They checked and updated things where necessary and it seems that that did the trick... finally.  :weight_lift:

 

The general forum performances, broken search indexer and other things should also be treating very quickly... hopefully.  ^_^

@fantomas you rock! :D

 

Thanks man ;)

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On 6/19/2020 at 7:02 AM, blackosx said:

Top man.. @fantomas ! Great job.

 

I just hope they can now keep the cert up to date..

 

 

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I guess someone forgot to keep it up to date :(

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43 minutes ago, blackosx said:

I guess someone forgot to keep it up to date :(

yeah and it keeps happening over and over and over :(

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Whoever hosts the insanelymac.com website likely has at least one of their systems not updating the SSL certificate every so often - certbot does that if scheduled on server's crond(8), but if you are using multiple backend host servers, it would be even smarter if one machine updated the certificate and others just replicate it. Causes less requests to LetsEncrypt.com servers and keeps all either updated or broken - which then is easy to identify and fix.

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