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Old 02-11-18
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Try clearing browser history (cookies).
From memory this issue with google has happened before..

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yeah i tried that along with a config flush, I have never had it happen and its only on the work computer, very odd
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I'm having the same problem as Stoneman with Chrome, I think Admin better read this.
https://security.googleblog.com/2017...-symantec.html
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No problem for me using Win 10 and Chrome. Anti virus is Eset Nod 32, which is far superior to Norton and not a resource hog like Trend Micro.
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It works fine at home but not at the office.
Being the manager of IT Security in an office....

Firewalls can be configured to intercept the encrypted traffic so they can monitor for bad stuff.
This can play havoc with digital certificates and your browser then complains.
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Old 19-11-18
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Those getting the warning, are you using the address:
https://www.pajeroclub.com.au/forum/
or
https://www2.pajeroclub.com.au/forum/

The website security certificate is for www2, so if you use www it doesn't match and will generate that error. Try www2 and see if it helps
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Those getting the warning, are you using the address:
https://www.pajeroclub.com.au/forum/
or
https://www2.pajeroclub.com.au/forum/

The website security certificate is for www2, so if you use www it doesn't match and will generate that error. Try www2 and see if it helps
Thanks for posting, but that doesn't work for me.

Using Chrome on a Samsung Android tablet, everything is fine. Using Chrome on a Sony Android phone, it complains about the Symantec certificate. Chrome 69 vs Chrome 70.

Chrome browser on a pc isn't complaining - I'm guessing I don't have the latest version.
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So, from googling that error NET::ERR_CERT_SYMANTEC_LEGACY support for certificates older than December 2017 is being dropped by the browsers and the cert for this site is from 2016 (although doesn't actually expire until 2019).
In that case I'm not sure why it doesn't error on all current browsers, but I have reached the extent of my certificate knowledge and will leave it to more learned IT folk.
For what it's worth, I know how big a pain it is trying to keep systems up to date and I think the crew running this site do a great job of providing such a fantastic source of knowledge, experience, and support for Pajero owners.
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So, from googling that error NET::ERR_CERT_SYMANTEC_LEGACY support for certificates older than December 2017 is being dropped by the browsers and the cert for this site is from 2016 (although doesn't actually expire until 2019).
In that case I'm not sure why it doesn't error on all current browsers, but I have reached the extent of my certificate knowledge and will leave it to more learned IT folk.
For what it's worth, I know how big a pain it is trying to keep systems up to date and I think the crew running this site do a great job of providing such a fantastic source of knowledge, experience, and support for Pajero owners.
Thanks for that.

This link from Just Cruzin explains the issue:
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I'm having the same problem as Stoneman with Chrome, I think Admin better read this.
https://security.googleblog.com/2017...-symantec.html
As I understand it, those involved in this stuff are concerned that Symantec's process for issuing security certificates wasn't sufficiently secure, so Google has decided that some Symantec security certificates are no longer trust-worthy. This forum has one of the certificates under question.

Yes, we want a new one. But this forum isn't a commercial enterprise managed by professionals, so it's not something we can fix overnight. But we are trying to fix it.
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