That is the error I get whenever I access this site..though when I allow it to load with that content I do not see any difference.
Is there something on your end that needs to be fixed?
Greetings fellow posters in this thread,
Can we ask you to test again and report back if you experience any further problems?
As of right now issues have been reported to be patched and deployed.
Edit: Judging by what our site admin says and your responses the issue is now resolved, Thanks!
That will come up when you are looking has a post linking another image, that is not here, a speedtest.net speed result for example.
I'm getting a yellow-bar alert, but I only get that message Yes/No when on a page linking external pictures.
In regards to this error, are you accessing the Community from an earlier saved bookmark? Once you accept the displaying warning does it show up again after that?
Recently, I saw this on IE10 using Windows 8 from certain threads only (with images or videos) - so I'm wondering if this is a specific issue to that browser.
Yes I am using a bookmark, but it is just to the main index page..
After that it happens whenever I open any page, like
Or the lounge or internet or phone.
This is on IE8
Thats what every page here looks like in IE8, started the Monday the Logo/font/color changed.
I don't see your error, except in certain threads.
Well, I just deleted my old bookmark, and saved a new one.
Now it doesnt set of that alert.
I think you were right kevinds, it was the change from the Jive Icon to the Shaw (rebranded) icon.
D'oh! its doing it again...dam...
Thanks for reporting this - I have sent this up for investigation.
What happens after you delete Browsing History in Internet Options?
I have already tried that, and then shut down IE and started again.
Still the same thing.,
Thought you might have but never hurts to mention the obvious. I have had issues with Internet Options not clearing the Browsing History properly especially when the location of said History has been moved to a different HDD. Seems IE vX assumes it is always on the C drive and never anywhere else.
Very curious this issue, like many others of the computer kind.
When I check the certificate its fine.
No worries purche
Ya its weird, I have even run two instances of it, side by side, and allowed the blocked content on one.
I don't see any difference between the two..
Doesnt do it on firefox..so its got to be some kind of IE problem..
Wow. Issues with IE! Never seen that before. Just kidding, I build websites for a living, and I am all to familiar with Internet Explorer.
Lmao...yes I do know what you mean.
Its does it on IE 9 too...
[shaw]ali [shaw]kelly I'm getting this bar on every page again, started yesterday.
I don't us IE but I tried it to see for myself and am also getting it.
With Firefox and Chrome, no issues.
Thanks for the heads up guys! I'm getting it here as well when I try IE. I'll send up an email to [shaw]kelly and shaw-sean.
My Vita (surprisingly enough I can access this site with my Vita, but not my phone),
Gives a big error, requring Yes to override the security issue, to see any pages.
Everything is fine on a Mac with Safari
SSL checks out here SSL Certificate Tester - Check Certificates
kevinds gamerguy thanks gents, which version of IE are you getting this on?
We're testing here, but thought I'd ask you to confirm as well.
thanks, looks like date / time influences this for some.
can you check to see if this applies to you as well?
How do I stop IE 9 from blocking websites from displaying content with security certificate errors?
Time/Date here is set by my domain controller, so I can't easily change it on my laptop.
Another reason Internet Explorer sucks
Yup. I've been using Firefox for many years now. Though Chrome is faster, I am just set in my ways I guess and Firefox is familiar.
Perhaps, but it has a security concern, which is it being more cautious than the other browsers in this case,
I could disable all of the SSL certificate errors, and mixed content, but that isn't 'wise' either.
Could it be related to the https:// shaw.ca certificate being expired - which is showing a lot different today than yesterday already.
Its not expired
the https:// shaw.ca certificate was expired yesterday.
strange, my records show it will expire on July 9, 2013.
I'll be looking into this further.
Thats what I see two posts above as well
The security bar is gone now.
All I did was open up the change time/date box, "ok'd" it without any change, and IE is happy now.
I regret not making sure it was still borked first, but it is working properly now none the less.
The cert that gets sent to your browser is for Akamai content.
Possibly Jive uses Akamai/Edgesuite.net.
The bottom line here is that all the domain tracing basically leads to known, trustworthy providers.
I can only get three browsers to return the error for certificate miss-matching: Opera, ie9 x32 & ie9 x64.
While Chrome, Firefox & Safari make no mention of the issue.
All tested using https connections.
Thanks for testing d.swit - I have passed on the above information to our team.
Cheers! AliCommunity Moderator
Ok and good news - we've found the problem. Thanks d.swit for your helpful information and cowtownbiomed for bringing this to our attention!
We will have a fix up soon!
it was also causing some weird stuff to happen on Chrome on my ipad. Kept bring up some font thing from Akamai that had to viewed before I could go back and view the site.
yay! fixed on my ipad now
Tested without error returned on current versions of:
All running on win7 x64 ult.
Chrome on Android ICS had no cert. errors returned as well.
Looks good here, too.
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