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pc issue Invalid Certificate in Gmail?

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Hello,

I'm getting an insecure connection warning in Gmail. I take it this is a bug?

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Thanks.

 

EDIT: I forgot to state that this behaviour is sporadic, and that I am running MX v5.1.1.1000 on Win 7.

 

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2 hours ago, DaveMax said:

Hello,

I'm getting an insecure connection warning in Gmail. I take it this is a bug?

 

What makes you think it is a bug? Using the same version as you wrote that you are using, I don't have any issues with certificates on Gmail or any other site. Let's see if anyone else can duplicate what you experience.

 

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1 minute ago, rick.lane said:

What makes you think it is a bug? Using the same version as you wrote that you are using, I don't have any issues with certificates on Gmail or any other site. Let's see if anyone else can duplicate what you experience.

 

It's actually stopped happening now. It is sporadic however, it might not be a bug, but I have other browsers (Opera, Vivaldi, Pale Moon and Chrome) and they don't display this behaviour.

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Well.today, Sunday, I also got the invalid certificate notice when opening Gmail. So, I guess there might be an issue. Let's see if others experience it as well.

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Posted (edited)

I can't reproduce it now either. 

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I have no idea what is actually causing this occasional problem. I only noticed it yesterday. I have no extensions added to MX5.

 

 

Edited by DaveMax

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I've noticed there is sometimes a problem with the chat connection here:

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I don't seem to get this on other browsers.

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I don't know if this is relevant.

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Confirming this happens on regional google sites, not on google.com.

Also this seems not to be version dependent. Happens on multiple tested mx version, but not in chrome or FF.

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