Re: OT: To users of AIOE.ORG
On Wednesday, June 6, 2012 4:03:36 PM UTC-4, Rudeney wrote:
Evidently their certificate has expired. I keep getting warnings when I
access their server.
Everything still works, but one has to press 'continue' to proceed.
I think someone mentioned this earlier. I noticed e iPad doesn't care. It
just keeps going without a blink. Besides, do your really need to use a
secure connection for posting to RADP? It's not like there's any secret
information passed along that's worth stealing.
There isn't? Huh. And here I was expecting to find out just what all that construction behind Fantasyland is REALLY going to lead to.
TDC Barbie Headhunter
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... access their server. ... I noticed e iPad doesn't care. ... Huh. ... And here I was expecting to find out just what all that construction behind Fantasyland is REALLY going to lead to. ...
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