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Regards.

When you want to download adwcleaner the page informs that the site certificate has been revoked.

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Greetings.

I just wanted to report, that again ESET is blocking access to the download page with the warning that the certificate was revoked.

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Hello Jérôme:

The release versions of Firefox and Chrome are experiencing difficulty with today's installed site certificate for toolslib.net.  Can you investigate please?

Thank you.

@jboursier

 

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Edited by 1PW

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Hello,

Are you using any security software or proxy?

There is no issue on the servers, I strongly believe it comes from something that sits in between..

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Hello @AdvancedSetup and @jboursier:

  1. I am running Firefox 72.0.1 Safe Mode on a MacBook Pro w/macOS Catalina 10.15.2 - See attached.
  2. I have made no settings changes to Firefox or macOS in many many weeks.
  3. Malwarebytes for Mac Premium 4.0.30 is disabled.
  4. Avast Security Free 14.3 is disabled.
  5. Connects okay with Opera 66.0.3515.36.
  6. Fails to connect with Safari 13.0.4 - "...can't establish a secure connection." - See attached.
  7. Fails to connect with Google Chrome 79.0.3945.130 - See attached.
  8. The https://toolslib.net connection issue began this morning.

Thank you.

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Please try shutting down and turning off the power to your computer completely. Then power off your modem/router as well. Leave them off for a couple of minutes. Then power on your modem/router and wait about 3 minutes. Then power on your computer and try again and let us know if you're still having the same issue

 

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I'll commence now.

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I had the same problem starting at around 16:00 GMT yesterday, every website I went to, in every browser, gave the same certificate warning on both my Windows laptop and my Android phone.

Turned out to be a router issue, it seems the ISP had reset the router for some reason and it just needed setting up again.
Unpluging and repluging the router sent it into automatic setup mode and all was well again.

Edited by nukecad

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Hello @AdvancedSetup and @jboursier:

Although a "Whole House" power reset did not seem to resolve the issue, I am now seeing inconsistent connections to the toolslib.net server while Firefox is in the Safe Mode on my Mac.

I was able to unretire an old Windows 10 PC where all connection attempts were successful.  Let me work on this more and provide an update post later.

Thank you.

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Hello @nukecad:

My connection issue is with one server from one laptop so far.

Thank you.

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Hello @AdvancedSetup and @jboursier:

After standing down overnight, a re-verification was made with all the above browsers.  All browsers quickly and successfully connect to https://toolslib.net now.

No changes were made to this MBP laptop since my last post yesterday.  All's well that ends well.  Thanks guys.

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