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Re: ssl cert errors


Postby Hallucigenia » August 22nd, 2023, 12:43 am

stooz wrote:I will be carrying out more announcements to warn of updates even where no outage is expected.

It would be very useful to have something like a Twitter account as an alternative comms pathway for a) announcements of downtime and b) for feedback of problems.

When we're seeing the entire domain knocked off the interweb, it's frustrating not knowing what's going on or having a way to report it.

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Re: ssl cert errors


Postby GrahamPlatt » August 22nd, 2023, 5:17 am

Itsallaguess wrote:
I've always felt very sorry for, and concerned with, the situation Stooz continues to find himself in...


Reminds me of this ... Dependency

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Re: ssl cert errors


Postby scotview » August 22nd, 2023, 6:29 am

stooz wrote:I will be carrying out more announcements to warn of updates even where no outage is expected.

Just for information, I did get the Yahoo redirect virus following the certificate error message, whether this was a coincidence I dont know. I've removed the Yahoo redirect by resetting Chrome settings.

Special thanks to Stooz and the other mods for putting in the hard effort to have TLF, this jewel of knowledge, running so well and securely, thanks.

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Re: ssl cert errors


Postby Infrasonic » August 22nd, 2023, 8:43 am

A couple of resources for people to bookmark for future 'incidents'.

You can ping website domains for various issues from here..

Or there's a supertool here which has a whole list of tests...

That will tell you if there is a general problem which will affect everyone rather than a specific one to you/your browser and how it is customised - which hopefully will save time for everyone concerned when troubleshooting the site in future and minimise the amount of circular ad nauseum posting that occurs. ;)

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