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Re: This site is not secure continues

by atcroft (Abbot)
on Jun 27, 2018 at 18:16 UTC ( #1217534=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to This site is not secure continues

If you will refer to Re^4: Certificate confusion (was: Clear text passwords), you will see (and can test yourself) that of the 3 IP addresses that refer to /(?:www\.)?perlmonks\.(?:com|net|org)/, the 209.197.123.153 IP address appears to be returning the '*.pairsite.com' certificate, rather than the appropriate 'perlmonks.org' certificate.

While I agree that the recent certificate-related issues are frustrating, the load balancers used by the PerlMonks site have nothing against you personally, and is not part of an evil plan to drive you away from perl/into the arms of another language.

My advice (for what it is worth): hang in there, roll with the punches, and try to have yourself a good day today (and a better one tomorrow).

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Re^2: This site is not secure continues
by AnomalousMonk (Bishop) on Jun 27, 2018 at 19:20 UTC

    And that's not to mention that on a site that's maintained by purely volunteer effort, an anonymous demand that someone else snap to and get a problem squared away is likely to be met by a response that's less than galvanic. (And that assumes that the problem is one that PerlMonks can address; I'm still not clear about the division of responsibility between perlmonks.org and pair.com. But I don't really care about that: I've resolved my problem by always logging on to perlmonks.pairsite.com.)


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