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Excite.com / Cerificate expired


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Hi...

Sorry if this is the wrong place,

Just happens that I have a message telling me that excite.com have an expired certificate and that I shouldn't processed with the log in on my email account. I've tried 3 different browsers and they're all warning me not to proceed.

Wonder if there's any excite.com (not .co.uk or .au etc..) having similar problem. Apparently the certificate expired today at 12.03

Thanks!
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Good evening. :)

Courtesy of Microsoft -

A website’s security certificate is out of date


This error occurs when the current date is either before or after the time period during which the certificate is valid. Websites must renew their certificates with a certification authority to stay current. Outdated certificates can be a security risk. After a certificate expires, the Certification Authority that issued the certificate is no longer responsible for ensuring that the certificate is not misused.


Will you check the date and time on your system as if this is wrong it can produce this error. If things are OK your end it may be that the site simply needs to renew it's security certificate and all will be well again.
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Hi...

The date and time in my computer is fine...I guess there was a problem with excite which it's been sorted out.

Many thanks for your response!
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As this issue appears to have been resolved, this thread is now closed.
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