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I added an exception. I would not be concerned. Haven't you ever forgot to pay a bill on time? Firefox is just being extra cautious considering all of the hacking and malware out there.
 

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lol We all added the exception or would not be here!;)
 
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Hmm... Me too. Usually it's something I only see in hotel internet connections sometimes. Maybe it's being hacked by Russians?
 

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Hmm... Me too. Usually it's something I only see in hotel internet connections sometimes. Maybe it's being hacked by Russians?
"Its a possibility" they said
no that's dumb, I said.
 

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Thanks for the heads up - the SSL certificate didn't automatically renew for some reason (the thing we use for HTTPS), so I've manually renewed it while I speak to the hosting company :).
 

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Sorry about this folks! It looks worse than it is. Your data has always been secure here, it's just that the certificate confirming that this was the case had expired. So apologies again if you had a fright, we are taking steps to make sure the certificate renews automatically as it was meant to.

Update from Ian here: https://www.gardenpondforum.com/threads/site-not-safe-warning-in-chrome.21366/#post-341842

I'm closing this topic now so that we just have one place for discussions on this.
 
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