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Peer’s Certificate has been revoked.

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I encounter this message "Peer’s Certificate has been revoked. Error code: SEC_ERROR_REVOKED_CERTIFICATE" when connecting to "Site A" using Firefox version 122.0 (64), my primary browser. I have successfully connected to "Site A" using Firefox in the recent past.

I can connect to "Site A" without errors using my backup browser, MS Edge Version 121.0.2277.83 (Official build) (64-bit).

This seem to be a Firefox related problem.

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I encounter this message "Peer’s Certificate has been revoked. Error code: SEC_ERROR_REVOKED_CERTIFICATE" when connecting to "Site A" using Firefox version 122.0 (64), my primary browser. I have successfully connected to "Site A" using Firefox in the recent past. I can connect to "Site A" without errors using my backup browser, MS Edge Version 121.0.2277.83 (Official build) (64-bit). This seem to be a Firefox related problem. Help

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Thank you cor-el and zeroknight for your insights. Clearly disabling the security measure is a dangerous move and should not be used unless you completely understand the danger. The link to https://certificate.revocationcheck.com/ provided the information I needed to inform the website owner/developer of the problem.

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You can check the website:

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Firefox checks certificate validity more so than other browsers, you can disable this with the setting "Query OCSP responder servers to confirm the current validity of certificates".

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A website should make sure that its certificate is valid and if necessary acquire a new certificate, you shouldn't disable this security measure and if it really is important to access this this website then only disable it temporarily and re-enable it once you are done there.

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Thank you cor-el and zeroknight for your insights. Clearly disabling the security measure is a dangerous move and should not be used unless you completely understand the danger. The link to https://certificate.revocationcheck.com/ provided the information I needed to inform the website owner/developer of the problem.

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