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  # 1008796 19-Mar-2014 10:33
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freitasm: Tim, what others are saying is that the certificate does't work in all browsers because the chain is broken. Your browser might have the other certificates since you work for Vodafone (have you logged into work from this PC before? If so it's likely).

If I go to https://www.vodafone.co.nz/myvodafone on Firefox right now, from my laptop I still get the screen I posted before:





Home PC, I tried, Mozilla, Chrome, IE, Safari and opera.
Each had no issues. I tried some older version of firefox 22.0 and i got a security error only on that browser this morning.
I will ruffle the feathers of the website team soon.

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  # 1008798 19-Mar-2014 10:34
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just tried Firefox at work, completely different network, different OS and got the same error.

As pointed out above you probably have the cert installed from previous visits to other Vodafone sites.




 
 
 
 


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  # 1008800 19-Mar-2014 10:38
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freitasm: just tried Firefox at work, completely different network, different OS and got the same error.

As pointed out above you probably have the cert installed from previous visits to other Vodafone sites.


Virtual machine fresh install :)


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  # 1008801 19-Mar-2014 10:38
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Hi all

Thanks for the detailed info here, great to have a few examples. I passed the info to our web people yesterday and they're looking into it.

Cheers

Dylan



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  # 1009041 19-Mar-2014 15:22
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TimA:  
Home PC, I tried, Mozilla, Chrome, IE, Safari and opera.
Each had no issues. I tried some older version of firefox 22.0 and i got a security error only on that browser this morning.
I will ruffle the feathers of the website team soon.

Cheers



I'm getting the certificate problem in Firefox 27 and also this in Konqueror



as mentioned previously - Chrome and Chromium do not produce the untrusted certificate problem - but Chrome doesn't seem to do this on any site regardless of whether it is a real security issue or not.



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  # 1009622 20-Mar-2014 09:49
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Hi All,

As of right now (20140320-0947) it appears that the page is now providing a certificate that terminates with 'Baltimore CyberTrust Root' which is a trusted root certificate authority in my FireFox Browser (and would presumably be in most other browsers too).

Seems to be fixed - thanks!

Alan.

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