Forum certificate has expired and BitDefender blocks the site by default

Running a TLS check indicates the certificate expired today. Hopefully a site admin will update it soon :+1:

Purchasing a cert that is valid for more than one year and using an auto-renew system is usually beneficial where possible, less management and risk of downtime to worry about :wink:

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Yeah, my browser also swears.

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Same here, got to use my Tor browser for access at the moment

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Same here with Kaspersky antivirus. Nice demonstration of professionalism…

until they solve, this is a fix for Firefox users (Chrome should still works)

type

about:config

type

network.stricttransportsecurity.preloadlist

double click to set to false

close browser

open

%APPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\

enter the profile folder and delete

SiteSecurityServiceState.txt

now you can proceed again

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I’ve been unable to access the forum all day. I’m glad it’s fixed.

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Neal that’s not necessarily a good thing (getting no warning about the certificate)

The forum software has been updated to the latest as well (finally)

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Isnt it amazing Pimax planned this to coincide with VR days.

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Yeah, very farsighted of them to buy the certificate years back in a specific day.

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I did get a certificate warning, an error actually, which prevented my access. I figured the server had been hacked, so I didn’t try to find a workaround.

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Me too, just when I arrived to Amsterdam, yesterday morning

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I had the same response. Chrome gave a similar response to the one below, so I decided to just leave it alone.

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