Anyone still using opera 12? how to get rid of certificate errors

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  1. aigle

    aigle Registered Member

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    I still love to use Opera 12 on XP and Ubuntu. It is very light, fast and user friendly.

    I am not sure how to get rid of these errors? I get a lot every day.

    Thanks for the help.
     

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  2. Rasheed187

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    I sometimes also get these, but I don't think it's solvable.
     
  3. MisterB

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    I don't get these that often but I'm not using Opera 12 for any kind of secured transactions. I am mainly using it for forums and as a reader of news sites. I currently use it for Wilders. Works wonderfully.
     
  4. Pliskin

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    Thanks
     
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    Yes, I still think that the people responsible for killing Opera Presto should be slapped silly. It was the best browser, but at the moment it can't load a lot of sites correctly and smoothly anymore, it's probably because it can't handle new HTML5 code. The new Opera is pure crap, same goes for Chrome. Vivaldi is my only hope at the moment, and hopefully Firefox will improve a lot.
     
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    Or even easier just copy opera.dll from 12.14 to 12.17.
     
  9. Pliskin

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    I don't have problems with Malwarebytes site, but I'm on Windows and I'm using v12.14. Did you try clean install?
     
  10. aigle

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    It is portable version.
     
  11. Tarnak

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    Still using Opera 12.15...and I went to that address and no problem certificate showed up. Also, use Ghostery with Opera.

    ScreenShot_Opera 12_no certificate problem_01.gif
     
  12. Pliskin

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    Update to recently released v12.18, it seems they've fixed https issues.
    Maybe someone from Opera read this thread.

    Big thanks to Opera for proving me wrong.
     
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