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Old 03-09-2017, 09:20 PM   #1
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Old 03-11-2017, 08:49 AM   #2
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Starting today I'm getting an SSL error & can't use the forum. Granted it's on my older laptop running XP, but now both Chrome & Internet Explorer will not load the forum.
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Starting today I'm getting an SSL error & can't use the forum. Granted it's on my older laptop running XP, but now both Chrome & Internet Explorer will not load the forum.
You would do better to start a new thread so your question does not get muddled by the subject line of this one, 2 completely different issues.

With that said there might be a workaround solution but considering the age of the OS you are having issues with, it's highly unlikely a solution can be had simply.

While I'm not an IT guru by any means I do know my way around somewhat, you can try adding the website to your list of trusted websites in the security section under internet options "trusted websites" (IE) probably similar options for Chrome, that I am not familiar with.
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The certificate is up to date and expires in September. It is using modern TLS. If you're getting a certificate or security warning, clear your SSL or TLS state and or update your CA certificates and CRLs.

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The certificate is up to date and expires in September. It is using modern TLS. If you're getting a certificate or security warning, clear your SSL or TLS state and or update your CA certificates and CRLs.

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Old 03-18-2017, 05:53 PM   #6
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Didn't have to do anything but wait, the admins took care of the issue as it cleared within 2 days of my post back on the 9th.
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