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I had to file a support ticket to sign up?.....

The real problem is HSTS. Safari has no problem finding intermediate certificates to get to www.openssl.org, but Firefox 65.0.1 fails on both Mac and Linux. What gives??????? Firefox is clearly missing some code, or a root certificate, or has a bug in getting intermediate certificates that every other browser in the world seems to have.

I had to file a support ticket to sign up?..... The real problem is HSTS. Safari has no problem finding intermediate certificates to get to www.openssl.org, but Firefox 65.0.1 fails on both Mac and Linux. What gives??????? Firefox is clearly missing some code, or a root certificate, or has a bug in getting intermediate certificates that every other browser in the world seems to have.

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What do you mean fails? Clicked on the like and opened the site no problem.

What do you mean fails? Clicked on the like and opened the site no problem.
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Websites need to send all required intermediate certificates for Firefox to work properly and build a certificate chain that ends with a trusted root certificate. Firefox can cache intermediate certificates send by a server to prevent getting errors about SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER.

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Websites need to send all required intermediate certificates for Firefox to work properly and build a certificate chain that ends with a trusted root certificate. Firefox can cache intermediate certificates send by a server to prevent getting errors about SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER. See: *https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/