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    Anybody else getting a revoked certificate warning when visiting hxxps://www.realtimegaming.com/?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaftDog View Post
    Anybody else getting a revoked certificate warning when visiting hxxps://www.realtimegaming.com/?
    Yep, same here. Looks like they need to reissue or update their certificate.
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    Firefox will not let you visit the https page. In my opinion FF is flawed in that it makes it difficult to visit anyway, and it is not the first time I have seen that Firefox is wrong about certificates claiming they are expired when they are not.

    Chrome allowed me to visit and shows the lock, and in fact Chrome says the certificate is valid from 12-17-18 to 12-17-20

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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    Firefox will not let you visit the https page. In my opinion FF is flawed in that it makes it difficult to visit anyway, and it is not the first time I have seen that Firefox is wrong about certificates claiming they are expired when they are not.

    Chrome allowed me to visit and shows the lock, and in fact Chrome says the certificate is valid from 12-17-18 to 12-17-20

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    I tried with Chrome and Bitdefender blocks it, it looks like a false postive in the Bitdefender database. There is an option on their site somewhere to report a false postive, a casino I was working with earlier in the year had this problem.
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    Looks like it is all fine now...
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    My ESET antivirus had been giving this warning for a couple of months, so a few days ago I reported the problem to one of my RTG aff managers. They replied that as far as they could see there was no problem as they could access the site and use it daily. I checked again and the problem was still there, that's when I posted here.

    Now, magically, it repairs itself or was it the power of a public forum.

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