https Certificate expired
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Chrome and Firefox say certificate expired yesterday, and apparently it causes security alarms with browsers.
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#8
  Re: https Certificate expired by Admiral (Chrome and Firefox s...)
It's affecting my browser too. (CHROME)

All the alarms and security messages make browsing Woodnet almost impossible.



Mike
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#9
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same here
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#10
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I got that message too.  I'm pretty sure they'll get it fixed shortly.
Rodney
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#11
  Re: https Certificate expired by Admiral (Chrome and Firefox s...)
Fixed. WoodNet is using LetsEncrypt now, and the certificate expires every 2 months. There is a cron job that is supposed to renew it, but sometimes it fails to contact LetsEncrypt's servers, so I have to re-run it manually.
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#12
  Re: https Certificate expired by Admiral (Chrome and Firefox s...)
I have changed the cron job so that it is set to renew it every month instead, so it will get two tries every 2 months. The next expiration date is July 16. It is on my calendar.
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