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Topic # 94019 4-Dec-2011 13:49
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A heads up when visiting the customer area in the TelstraClear website, the SSL cert expired yesterday. The connection is still encrypted, it's just that the browser will keep warning people it can't verify the authenticity of the cert.  







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  Reply # 553480 4-Dec-2011 13:50
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They tried to renew it, but the network timed out on their free "all you can eat internet" weekend ;)




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  Reply # 553481 4-Dec-2011 13:54
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hhahhahahhaha classic!

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 553482 4-Dec-2011 13:54
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I've renewed the Geekzone wildcard SSL cert ten days before expiring. It was a good move, because the CA decided to verify the information provided, which took an extra day of the entire process (even though it was a renewal).

I guess the CA are worried about all those fake certs some people are managing to score from dodgy providers.






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