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I tried going to the ASBCA website today and got an error message that it was unavailable.  I am not searching from a .mil address.  Is anyone else having trouble accessing the website?

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On 9/4/2018 at 10:46 AM, Retreadfed said:

I tried going to the ASBCA website today and got an error message that it was unavailable.  I am not searching from a .mil address.  Is anyone else having trouble accessing the website?

No problem from my non- .mil/non- .gov  address. 

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And the DCAA.mil site appears to be back up. Or perhaps it's me using a different browser from a different computer....

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6 hours ago, here_2_help said:

And the DCAA.mil site appears to be back up. Or perhaps it's me using a different browser from a different computer....

I keep getting a certificate error for DCAA.mil from my iPhone 

 

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4 hours ago, joel hoffman said:

I keep getting a certificate error for DCAA.mil from my iPhone 

 

Joel, I did not get that error using Firefox as the browser. However, I did get it when using Explorer.

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I get (from a non-.mil computer using Chrome):

Your connection is not private

Attackers might be trying to steal your information from www.dcaa.mil (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards). Learn more

NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID

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I tried from my home home computer using Chrome.  I get the error message that ji20874 gets.  However, in the lower left hand side there is the word "Advanced."  Click on that and you should get the option to proceed to the site.  I did and after clicking "proceed" it took me to the DCAA site.   Same thing with Firefox.  Click on "Advanced" and then "Add Exception."  With Internet Explorer, click "More Information" then "Go on to the webpage."  I've also seen this before with other sites.  

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Guest Vern Edwards
On 9/7/2018 at 1:53 PM, bob7947 said:

Several things may affect the way your computer reacts to the internet, including your:

  • browser,
  • antivirus,
  • operating system.

and VPN.

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Why not throw in proxy servers then?  You wouldn't believe how many applicants with servers in the Seychelles want to be members of Wifcon.com's Forums and Blogs.

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