Kratos276

Expired Security Certificate?

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Hey guys, I'm getting a message that says:

 

"Your connection is not private

Attackers might be trying to steal your information from psnprofiles.com (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards)." 

 

I can't access the site on Chrome or Firefox and was wondering if this was an issue with everyone? Currently having to use Edge.

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Chrome let me by basically letting me ignore it and going ahead anyway.

 

Most likely the site owner just forgot to renew the security certificate.

Edited by Spyro
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Neither in Edge; Chrome; Opera  or Firefox.

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It works on firefox you just need to give PSNP and exception

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Works for me only when i change date from 03.05 to 02.05  (CHROME)

Edited by ElkomS
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Since Sly went to bed, my guess is it won’t be resolved until he gets up. At least you can get around it.

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Sly forgot to renew it... again xD

 

Anyway yeah, like Spyro said Sly probably won't figure it out until the morning, but most browsers let you bypass it easily, Chrome is annoyingly stubborn

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So there is no security risk going on here then?

 

I have 0 knowledge about stuff like this.

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3 minutes ago, Quink666 said:

So there is no security risk going on here then?

 

I have 0 knowledge about stuff like this.

Yeah, just an expired certificate.

 

And you’re awesome as always, Sly!

Edited by Spyro
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3 minutes ago, Sly Ripper said:

Fixed, no security risk. 

 

Thats good to know. Was afraid someone would steal all my bronze trophies while i slept =>

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Rejoice! I thought for sure he'd fallen asleep, but Helghasts never sleep. Nicely done Sly :P

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Woah i thought it was my own computer for a sec

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For future reference, how can I bypass this one Chrome? Usually, I can click advance and select to continue to the site, but this time it wouldn't let me.

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I got to look at the error and it gave me the option to continue, though it was not recommended.

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i was busy working on my game today, though i did want to pop in to see the updated stuff. gave the expired certificate and it's resolved.

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In any future case, if you can't access the site in Chrome and clicking "advanced" doesn't give you any "proceed anyway" message:

  1. go here: chrome://net-internals/#hsts
  2. go down to the delete domain security policies input field
  3. input: forum.psnprofiles.com
  4. click delete

You should now get the "proceed anyway" option under "advanced" when trying to access the site.

Edited by MMDE
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When enough people who do not know what this all means keep bypassing security warnings, then I am pretty sure it will not take too long before even that option will be taken out of browsers as well :)

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5 hours ago, BlindMango said:

Sly forgot to renew it... again xD

 

Anyway yeah, like Spyro said Sly probably won't figure it out until the morning, but most browsers let you bypass it easily, Chrome is annoyingly stubborn

 

How often does Sly forget to renew it?

 

5 hours ago, Sly Ripper said:

Fixed, no security risk. The certificate renews automatically but there's an issue with the Web sever not reloading it automatically.

 

Maybe create a reminder for it XD?

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