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HTTPS error Anonymous 09/18/2019 (Wed) 03:01:11 No. 125
When I try to access this site through either firefox or Tor Browser I get this error. I can access it through chromium with no issue though.
Doesn't work for icecat 52.3, firefox 66 and firefox 69.
>>125
Weird issue, I haven't had any other reports of this thus far. Tor browser should work just fine, and so should any version of Firefox. I will investigate this if more reports come up.

Can you try those browsers on a different device by chance, and see if it persists, or perhaps another connection?
>>125
clear cache
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>>125

I'm a different user. Getting this error for the first time today on tor browser, worked fine yesterday.

not willing to connect from anything other than tor, sorry can't test more
>>298
Just tested on like 3-4 different devices and SSL works fine for me.
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>>148
irrelevant. tor doesn't have a cache

>>299
SSL works for me too, once I confirm the exception. I'm using it now to post. The issue is the initial untrusted nature of the certificate. I've attached the initial splash screen I currently get for https://www.16chan.xyz

Some DDG'ing suggests you may need to manually append some intermediate certificates so you get the full trust path, but I'm no expert

I've closed and relaunched tor a few times and have consistently got this error every time today in the last ~30 minutes. Perhaps later I'll try with some different devices (also running latest tor browser on linux), if the problem persists.
>>300
I'm not using a LetsEncrypt certificate, I'm using a Comodo one. I'll switch to LetsEncrypt tomorrow night.
>>125 I'v had no issue with firefox

>>299
Same here, tried Tor here for the first time cache is zero get same warning, Tor is fresh install 8.5.5 (based on Mozilla Firefox 60.9.0esr) (64-bit)

Your connection is not secure

The owner of 16chan.xyz has configured their website improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Tor Browser has not connected to this website.

Learn more…

16chan.xyz uses an invalid security certificate.

The certificate is not trusted because the issuer certificate is unknown.
The server might not be sending the appropriate intermediate certificates.
An additional root certificate may need to be imported.

Error code: SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER
>>299
>>305
Sorry should not have said
>same here
as it implies "works fine for me"

With FF I have no issue but TOR is returning an error
>>305
>>310
Issue will be fixed tomorrow, I'll switch to new certificates. I'm out of town tonight.
So the site was just working with icecat (still wasn't working with tor) but for some I started getting the same error as I was about to post an update.
I thought that maybe it takes time for the certificates a browser trusts to update, but honestly I have no idea how this shit works.
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I think >344 was intended for this thread.
I'm now getting Error code: SSL_ERROR_BAD_CERT_DOMAIN on both Tor and Firefox. Since you just swapped certs, I wouldn't worry too much about it unless others also report the same thing. If I've still got the issue after 24 hours + update + reboot cycle I'll post back here.
Thanks for all the stuff you do, big BOss.
>>345
Thanks! Appreciate it.
(1.12 MB 480x339 mfw-cert-error.gif)
>>346
Figured it out.
"https://16chan.xyz" = good
"https://www.16chan.xyz" = cert error
>>347
Ill get that fixed. Thank you.
>>347
>>348
305, 310 poster here, working for me too now,
www not, but who the hell uses www anymore? kek

Also never knew there was a difference, learn something new everyday.
Just tried with firefox sure enough www returned error.


https://computer.howstuffworks.com/internet/basics/question180.htm
The network administrator for the domain "howstuffworks.com" is in charge of mapping the names in the howstuffworks.com domain to specific machines and their IP addresses. In many large companies, there will be different machines (with different IP addresses) handling WWW, FTP, Telnet and other traffic. On smaller sites, the same machine can handle everything.

The network administrator makes a list of names and IP addresses, like this:

www.howstuffworks.com - 242.128.34.54
ftp.howstuffworks.com - 242.128.34.73

The­ administrator can put anything in that list, because the name servers don't care. The administrator could put in scooby.howstuffworks.com, scooby.doo.howstuffworks.com and scooby.dooby.doo.howstuffworks.com, and when someone types in those names the name server will return the IP addresses associated with them.

In the case of Web sites that happen to work without the "www" prefix, it simply means that the administrator has decided that if there is no prefix, the IP address returned should be the IP address for the Web server.
>>348
thanks again, for all your work BOss
>>349
dibs
>scooby.dooby.doo.16chan.com
>>348
how does it feels to have boomers on your board? topkek
exhibit A >>347

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