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1964dodge

When a 1965 Dodge just isn't enough
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#26
Thanks, no rush. I thought something was wrong with my phone. *yes*thumbsup

Yes Mike. A teenager hit me while picking up my daughter from school. Thank goodness all kids safe.
that's good, metal can be replaced people can't
 

Walker

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#29
Okay, so I've notified Ben but he's been off having surgery and isn't really able to reply. It's the middle of the might for Lu.
As far as I can tell this is an innocuous issue so while it's annoying and a pain in the butt isn't not harmful or an actual security issue.
 
#30
not a issue, this is just the HTTPS certificate I set up being invalidated with time, it just means your data is not verified with a certification authority, they will get if fixed, your data is fine, and it is still encrypted it is just that something expired and they need to hit a button to renew it so google says ok, yep still good.

~Your old site admin,,

I check in from time to time, now back breaking the internet
 

1964dodge

When a 1965 Dodge just isn't enough
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#31
Okay, so I've notified Ben but he's been off having surgery and isn't really able to reply. It's the middle of the might for Lu.
As far as I can tell this is an innocuous issue so while it's annoying and a pain in the butt isn't not harmful or an actual security issue.
we told you to pay the bill matt *bleh
 

Walker

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#34
I know you are kidding but does the certificate cost a lot? Just curious.
I am kidding - just to be clear for anyone who didn't catch that haha

No, it's not actually.
It's really only a matter of someone waking up who has access to such things. I don't have such powers around here. ;)
 

Walker

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#35
I was scared to log in but took my chances
Yes, ordinarily one should worry about a certificate error if you were going to, say, enter your information on the site - your credit card info or other personal data. But since SF isn't keeping anything personal about you there is nothing to worry about at all in this instance.
 

Petal

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#36
I am kidding - just to be clear for anyone who didn't catch that haha

No, it's not actually.
It's really only a matter of someone waking up who has access to such things. I don't have such powers around here. ;)
lol I see. Well in that case its not such a big issue as it appears to be when i was trying to log on, it was telling me attackers might be stealing info, i was afraid we had fallen victim to a hacker. Thank you for the reassurance :)
 

Petal

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#37
Yes, ordinarily one should worry about a certificate error if you were going to, say, enter your information on the site - your credit card info or other personal data. But since SF isn't keeping anything personal about you there is nothing to worry about at all in this instance.
Very true, good point, thanks Matt :)
 

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