Privacy error with active SSL

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#1

My site members.freedomthroughsystems.com says it is not secure in Firefox and presents a privacy error in Chrome.

However, my SSL certificate is in place and has been for a LONG time.

Does anyone know how to fix this?

Many thanks!
Joe


#2

Check your computer’s date :slight_smile:


#3

My computer’s date is accurate.


#4

The error message would indicate there is a problem with the date of the certificate, however your certificate’s validity period is valid for now
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If your computer is on the correct date I’d check if you actually get the right certificate.


#5

Thank you, Sandro. I don’t know how to do that. I’m just a small business owner, not skilled in these technical matters. How do I check if I actually get the right certificate? And what if I don’t?


#6

Click the green padlock in Firefox, then the arrow to the right, “More information” at the bottom, and “View certificate”. Make a screenshot of that dialog and post it here.


#7

You are most kind to help out. However, I don’t find a green padlock in Firefox. Here’s a screenshot …

I am researching how to view certificate in Firefox as soon as I send this.


#8

Then try to click the “Advanced” button, there should be a way to view the certificate as well.


#9

Your website certificate is expired.

Not after: 9/15/18


#10

Thank you Xaq. Where are you seeing that information because everything in Cloudflare says my SSL is Active.


#11

Hang on a sec, I do get that error now too. Now I am truly confused :confused:


#12

Seems me and you are receiving a different cert than @sandro. I get error on both chrome and firefox. Check certificate


#13

I just restored the previous tab to make sure I opened the right URL and I did. Now that tab throws an error too, only ten minutes ago it did not. And the connection should go through Cloudflare. I must be missing something.


#14

How do I actually submit a ticket to Cloudflare support? Because my SSL is active according to my Cloudflare account, so why is this happening?


#15

That would be support[at]. But right now I am still puzzled.


#16

Seems different edge servers serve different certs.

https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=members.freedomthroughsystems.com
receives the right one

https://www.digicert.com/help/
reports cert is expired


#17

Yes, that would explain it. I didnt take into account a Cloudflare glitch :). Though I am surprised I’d suddenly hit a different edge.

Anyhow, considering the certificate in question expired four days ago I’d assume something went wrong the provisioning of the updated certificate. Definitely a case for a support ticket.


#18

At digicert, only the subdomain shows as expired - “members.”

The primary domain - www. - search does not show as expired.

Does that explain anything?


#20

There should be only the wildcard certificate though, applying to both, www and members. It would seem the certificate was actually already renewed, just not provisioned to all edges.


#21

Thanks very much Sandro and Xaq. I have submitted to [email protected] - Joe