Certificate missing for Webroot Forum site

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  1. dbrisendine

    dbrisendine Registered Member

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    Just got this message this morning when I tried to load the Webroot forum ( https://community.webroot.com/t5/Home/ct-p/consumer ). I don't remember this being https before (but don't really know that for sure). Firefox is giving the error, not WSA. Just giving a heads up, if needed.
     
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    PrevxHelp Former Prevx Moderator

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    I'm not seeing any error here on Chrome and the certificate is intact (it should be issued to secure02.lithium.com). Is anyone else experiencing this?
     
  3. reyes

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    yes in firefox just checked now..
     
  4. kjdemuth

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    License is intact and running HTTPS for me in Firefox latest.
     
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    im thinking this may be a firefox thing i noticed a few sites saying this today. are you possibly on the beta channel there was a update??
     
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    Could it be because the certificate was just updated today, and Firefox hasn't yet recognised/accepted it? I got no warning from Palemoon, but had to add an exception for FF.
     

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    dbrisendine Registered Member

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    The common name is missing in my Firefox Certificate Manager database; DigiCert Inc. is there but the group does not include a listing for DigiCert SHA2 High Assurance Server CA. Any ideas how to add this?
     
  8. CommanderShran

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    Hi guys! Yes, I'm experiencing the same issue! Firefox says that it wasn't issued by a valid certificate authority.

    By the way happy to be here now too :)!
     
  9. shadek

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    Hi there! And welcome to Wilders! :)
     
  10. dbrisendine

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    Yes; now that I think about it, this is a Lithium error. Used there stuff on another forum for years (no names but ....[cough, cough] sounds like horton) and this would come up every time they did a certificate update. (heavy sigh) have to wait and see I guess...... :doubt:
     
  11. Triple Helix

    Triple Helix Webroot Product Advisor

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    Hi Commander and Welcome to Wilders is it time for some Andorian Ale?

    TH :D
     
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  12. CommanderShran

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    Thank you shadek!

    And yes Daniel I think it is!!

    Shran :D
     
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    Welcome Shran.:)
     
  14. CommanderShran

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    Thanks ams :).
     
  15. dbrisendine

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    Error seems to be fixed today. Thanks for the quick turn around.
     
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