thomas_woelfer


... at least, this is what ie tells me when i try to log in to popfly.

WM_FYI
-thomas woelfer




Re: the security certificate has gone invalid

AndyS


Hi,

At the moment are SSL certs are issued from the Microsoft Secure Server which on Windows platforms is a trusted provider. IE gets it's list of trusted authorities from the certificate store in Windows, unfortunatley in Firefox this isn't the case and Firefox has it's own certificate store and comes with a list of trusted root authorities of which the Microsoft Secure Server is not one.

We are working on the issue but it's perfectly safe to add the certificate to your store, by clicking accept permanently.





Re: the security certificate has gone invalid

thomas_woelfer

i was using ie. not ff.

WM_FYI
-thomas woelfer
http://www.die.de//blog






Re: the security certificate has gone invalid

AndyS

Unusual it shouldn't of prompted you Sad. If you go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Content -> Certificates -> Intermediate Certificate Authorities, do you see an entry for the "Microsoft Secure Server Authority" Also what is the security (Tools -> Internet Options -> Security) setting for the internet zone

Thanks and sorry to jump the gun!




Re: the security certificate has gone invalid

thomas_woelfer

>> do you see an entry for the "Microsoft Secure Server Authority

yes. it's valid until sometime in the future.

>> what is the security (Tools -> Internet Options -> Security) setting for the internet zone

ie7 default. i didn't change anything.

also, as of today, it no longer prompts me... :-)

WM_FYI
-thomas woelfer