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    I'm having a security pop up issue with the website. It happens frequently and I know that Straightgrain is currently working issues with the site. I just wanted to provide feedback and I have a screenshot and post edited(attachment can be viewed) . cycle34



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    @admin ... Please have the IT folks have a look. There should be no hooks to forumfoundry!

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    Just to let you know, when I click on "forum foundry" , I get a pop up about the certificate being expired?

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    Strange,

    Can you give this a try on Chrome and see if you get the exact same thing?
    This is what we get:

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    Sorry, I should've mentioned that I did try chrome and got same results. See attached.Security issues pop up with website-screenshot-12-.png Security issues pop up with website-screenshot-13-.png

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    You mentioned you clicked on "Forum Foundry". Where did you click that?

    On our end, when viewing the certificate its showing as Ed provided.

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    I clicked on "forumfoundrycdn.com" in the second paragraph, "It cannot be guaranteed that the contacted server(forumfoundrycdn.com) is the one it appears to be. This could be an attempt to deceive you or intercept your communication". Thanks. cycle34

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    Just to let you know, the security pop up hasn't popped up today. Maybe it went away quietly. If it comes back I'll let you know. Thanks. cycle34

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    Quote Originally Posted by cycle34 View Post
    Just to let you know, the security pop up hasn't popped up today. Maybe it went away quietly. If it comes back I'll let you know. Thanks. cycle34
    Crossing my fingers the issue is resolved.

    I just checked in Chrome, Edge, and Firefox and all of them showed the site as secure.

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