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I still think it’s more to do with the virus protection software conflicts with the browser combination...



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Okay I am wrong.. My chrome now has the same problem on android but not iOs... Haven't booted pc as yet...
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And when you select advanced and visit site anyway, it's good for a couple of days and then throws you out again. It's a vicious circle. Paj site is not the only one I have problems with, but was the first.
Skyline Australia forum fixed the problem somehow.
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Safari on iOs is also fine ...
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A bit of an update for those interested......One of my 3 PCs would run the forum OK yesterday, today it's giving the blocking message again. Nothing else has changed (that I know of), albeit the browser and Norton Security are on auto update (in all three machines).
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Unfortunately not.


Admins will, no doubt be aware of this but the issue is a decision by Chrome to distrust Symantec certificates. This was phased in but became fully effective with Chrome 70. Full details are here.



So, in summary, it only affects the latest versions of Chrome and maybe some Chrome forks. Changing the security certificate isn't such a big deal but involves a bit of co-ordination with multiple parties so may not happen overnight. Admins are on it - give them time.



To get around the problem just use Firefox, or if you really have to, IE or that other MS rubbish. You can also set an exception in Chrome by clicking "ADVANCED" and allowing for single use or, for a more permanent but less secure fix Settings -> Privacy and Security -> Safe Browsing.
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Unfortunately not.


Admins will, no doubt be aware of this but the issue is a decision by Chrome to distrust Symantec certificates. This was phased in but became fully effective with Chrome 70. Full details are here.



So, in summary, it only affects the latest versions of Chrome and maybe some Chrome forks. Changing the security certificate isn't such a big deal but involves a bit of co-ordination with multiple parties so may not happen overnight. Admins are on it - give them time.



To get around the problem just use Firefox, or if you really have to, IE or that other MS rubbish. You can also set an exception in Chrome by clicking "ADVANCED" and allowing for single use or, for a more permanent but less secure fix Settings -> Privacy and Security -> Safe Browsing.
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Ditto Firefox ver 64.0

Websites prove their identity via certificates, which are issued by certificate authorities. Most browsers no longer trust certificates issued by GeoTrust, RapidSSL, Symantec, Thawte, and VeriSign. www2.pajeroclub.com.au uses a certificate from one of these authorities and so the website’s identity cannot be proven.

You may notify the website’s administrator about this problem.

Firefox can’t load this page for some reason.
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Ditto Firefox ver 64.0

Websites prove their identity via certificates, which are issued by certificate authorities. Most browsers no longer trust certificates issued by GeoTrust, RapidSSL, Symantec, Thawte, and VeriSign. www2.pajeroclub.com.au uses a certificate from one of these authorities and so the website’s identity cannot be proven.

You may notify the website’s administrator about this problem.

Firefox can’t load this page for some reason.
Ditto also. Chrome on android for a few days. Have been ignoring the warning to access the forum. Now my win 7 laptop updated to Firefox 64.0 today and now cannot access the forum from it at all.
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