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  1. #26
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    Since I can't PM pictures any more and in the interest of helping Alpinord sort out:

    I get the screen above using XFi wireless on iPad

    But I get this on my Mac:
    I'm a ski bum - don't have any idea what a website certificate is....

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  2. #27
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    I do not get that warning using Safari on my Macbook Pro with security set to look for fraudulent sites .

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    Best regards, Terry
    (Direct Contact is best vs PMs)

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  3. #28
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    I'd push your host for more help.
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    And there will come a day when our ancestors look back...........

  4. #29
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    SPAM! buy from SlideWright

    It's probably that the web services provider hasn't updated their server for a while. If SlideWrite owns their own server, then they just need to patch the web server to whatever the most current stable release is. If they don't, then they need to ride their ISP to do it. Secure browsing encryption protocols are all pretty vulnerable to exploits, and those have been mitigated by new protocols or new versions of protocols. SSL, and TLS are what they're called. Sometimes you can get around these issues by downgrading your browser to a specific version, but then you set yourself up for personal attack.

    Edit: also, less likely, but there could be nothing wrong with the server version, and it could just be that the admin needs to rebuild and reissue the web server's encryption key. Like it's gone stale (92 days, according to the screenshot). It happens, but usually is a sign of a new server being set up and the admin forgot to finish configuring secure browsing encryption.

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