We are currently experiencing isolated issues with Firefox and the site security certificate as well as multiple browsers in Android. Our engineering team is aware of the issue and working to address it.
In the meantime, you should be able to workaround the issue using a different browser like Chrome, Opera, or Internet Explorer.
You should be able to disregard the message and continue to the site. Thanks for your patience!
Thanks for the addtional information. Does clearing the browser cache and restarting the device have any effect? Does it look like a malware warning or is it related to the security certificate? Can you share a screenshot of the errors to firstname.lastname@example.org?
I'm trying to reproduce this so I can get more details to our engineering team, but so far have been unable to do so, so any specific details are appreciated!
Wow, it's the craziest thing. I tried sending you the five screenshots via my email and it kept changing email addresses on me! When I would switch back to the correct one, it would either change again or wouldn't let me send. What should I do? It appears that someone is hacking me!
The certificate has been updated and this issue should now be fixed. Fire up your browser of choice, clear the cache, restart the browser and let us know if you are still seeing any issues. Thanks for your patience and I hope everyone has a great weekend!
You have to renew the SSL certificates and pay the fee once a year. Some sites use more than one service, so you should check the status with each service. It could just be that the bill wasn't paid instead of a technical issue.
I'm glad sallybea directed me to this forum. I posted another forum about this today, didn't see this one. I can't get HP on my Kindle Fire for the reasons stated here. Tried clearing everything, to no avail; it's a security warning. Even when I clicked on the bypass, I still couldn't log in. I will wait patiently for a solution.
I was having the same problem a day ago with Mozilla Firefox on P.C . I have to go to a cyber-cafe operating with same Mozilla Firefox ,but with a different Internet service provider here in Nigeria,Spectranet to be specific.It is now working perfectly.
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