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Can't open projecteuler.net after new Nightly update.

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I am on macOS High Sierra (10.13.3), running the latest update of Firefox Nightly 60.0a1 (2018-03-01) (64-bit).

When I updated this morning, the site https://projecteuler.net doesn't work, and it gives this error: SEC_ERROR_REVOKED_CERTIFICATE

This site shows a warning on Chrome that is a little more helpful - NET::ERR_CERT_SYMANTEC_LEGACY

which leads me to conclude that certificates issued by Symantec have been deprecated, and will no longer work.

In Chrome, a warning page is shown, which can be overridden by going into ADVANCED, and opening the site.

There is no such option on Firefox.

But wouldn't it be a better idea to mimic Chrome in this regard, i.e. let the user decide what's good for him/her? I spend almost all my free time on this site, and I really don't want to switch browsers because of this.

Upravil(a) sidrocks123 dňa

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I have found a solution to fix this problem.

Go in Preferences > Privacy and Security > Certificates

uncheck "Querry OCPS responder servers to confirm the current vadility of certificates."

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This is how the page looks like (on my end): There is no Advanced tab. How do I bypass it then?

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"Legitimate public sites will not ask you to add an exception for their certificate - in this case an invalid certificate can be an indication of a web page that will defraud you or steal your identity."

Upravil(a) JerareYoshi dňa

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I have found a solution to fix this problem.

Go in Preferences > Privacy and Security > Certificates

uncheck "Querry OCPS responder servers to confirm the current vadility of certificates."

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@JerareYoshi

That absolutely did it! Thanks a ton! :)