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  • #1620823

    limburger
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    My antivirus software keeps complaining (and blocking) a connection to devprofiler.ontabletop.com due to an expired certificate.

    Exact message as reported (BitDefender) :

    “firefox.exe attempted to establish a connection relying on an expired certificate to devprofiler.ontabletop.com. We blocked the connection to keep your data safe since websites must renew their certificates with a certification authority to stay current, and outdated security certificates represent a risk.”

    It only appears to happen on a system where I’m not logged into the website, which may be related.

    #1620827

    sundancer
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    The devprofiler certificate shouldn’t be live anyway if I remember correctly. It’s for testing only and no link should call that URL…

    #1620930

    limburger
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    something somewhere is doing it …

    or my AV software is hyper sensitive and trigger happy …

    #1620931

    sundancer
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    No, your AV Software is fine. it’s working like it’s supposed to. Trouble is all the things shown on the page is on link each… and *any* of those could be a devprofiler.ontabletop.com link…. that one needs to be found and purged…

    #1620932

    limburger
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    it probably is related to me not being logged in, because somehow it’s not triggering on my desktop.

    My 1337 haxx0r!ng skillz :

    < a href=”https://www.beastsofwar.com/forums/topic/expired-certificate-to-devprofiler-ontabletop-com/” title=”expired certificate to devprofiler.ontabletop.com ? – Technical Support” >

    oh … wait … that’s my topic 😀

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by  limburger.
    #1621001

    carlospictor
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    I had this the other day – but only occurring on links to news items in the site. Clearing my browsing history and session data resolved it, but it was an odd looking url to see

    #1621098

    sundancer
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    I think I have found a source of that problem. Seems like something calls for thumbnails via the devprofiler URL. Maybe the load balancer? devprofiler_OTT_thumb

    devprofiler_OTT

    #1621351

    limburger
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    Yup … looks like it as my current view of this topic has links to forum topics that have ‘devprofiler.ontabletop.com’ as their target

    < a href=”https://devprofiler.ontabletop.com/forums/topic/kickstarter-ages-of-conflict-pre-launch/” title=”[Kickstarter] Ages of Conflict Pre-Launch – News, Rumours & General Discussion” >

    #1621372

    jamescutts
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    Interesting that your seeing those links as @sundancer points out you shouldnt but it seems to ocasionally be happening, I think i might have seen it once.

    devprofiler.ontabletop.com has a invalid certificate though, its using a lets encrypt certificate thats only valid for:

    beastsofwar.com
    staging.beastsofwar.com
    web02.beastsofwar.com
    http://www.beastsofwar.com

    So regardless of if you should be seeing those links the certificate isnt valid for the dev profiler domain. Shouldnt be hard for the OTT team to issue a lets encrypt certificate or the devprofiler domain and letsencrtpy certificate are free anyway. And that would at least solve part of the problem plus improve security for that domain anyway.

    #1621384

    timchubb
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    Should be sorted now, static cache was getting primed from wrong virtual host

    #1621386

    sundancer
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    Noice

    #1621409

    limburger
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    still getting the errors (67 ..getting silly)
    did shift-F5

    #1621410

    sundancer
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    Did you log out, closed browser and logged back in?

    #1621580

    limburger
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    the web-equivalent of turning it on and off again … why didn’t I think of that ?

    I never log out, unless the system mysteriously decides I need to log in again.
    We’ll have to wait and see if things change.

    #1622105

    zorg
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    i’m still getting the error message? guys.

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