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There are problems with the security certificate for this site

Started by: aldaweb
On: 28/11/2012 | 21:27
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by: aldaweb
on: 28/11/2012 | 21:27

Trying to log on with a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 I get the message:

"There are problems with the security certificate for this site"

Viewing the certificate it is for secureads.audience2media.com issued by godaddy and expired on 12/11/2012.

Can I just block these ads?

 

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by: the_helper
on: 28/11/2012 | 21:28
Yes you can ignore them. What browser are you using?
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by: sahar11
on: 28/11/2012 | 21:28
i dont get those ads though

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by: sufta
on: 28/11/2012 | 21:28
yes
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by: rochessel
on: 28/11/2012 | 21:28 edited: 28/11/2012 | 21:29

You could block them but it's there to protect you

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by: wreedie
on: 28/11/2012 | 21:30 edited: 28/11/2012 | 21:33

Thats not an add. It seems to be a warning about a websites security certificate that has expired. Just click on accept (or something like that) and you should be able to log in.

 

Edit: Oops, sorry I reread your post and saw that I made an error in my reply. 

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by: pad3
on: 28/11/2012 | 21:34
iv been getting the same for a long while
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by: gersfans
on: 28/11/2012 | 23:53

aldaweb wrote:

 

"There are problems with the security certificate for this site"

Viewing the certificate it is for secureads.audience2media.com issued by godaddy and expired on 12/11/2012.

Can I just block these ads?

 


 

They're not Ad's unfortunately, it's extremely unprofessional and should have been dealt with by now.

 

What it's basically telling you is "the website you are about to visit could be fake and about to steal your details, we don't have the money to pay [$100] for a secure certificate to protect your information but we're happy to serve you Advertising anyway".

 

That giffgaff still allow this is poor. I know it's not giffgaffs certificate that is badly installed, it's obviously audience2media.com's bad workmanship, but it "could" be used maliciously..

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by: georgetown_82
on: 28/11/2012 | 23:55
try it again later...it has some bugs...sorry for inconvenience
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by: aldaweb
on: 29/11/2012 | 00:04

the_helper wrote:
Yes you can ignore them. What browser are you using?

Stock browser on the Note 2.

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