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#21

Interesting. I've just tried it in Firefox, Chrome and Edge, all three of which don't like it, and I've tried with my AV program switched on or off. With the AV off I get the three browsers own "not private/bad certificate" messages, and with the AV on it just takes over anyway and I get the same block each time.

But yes, in Firefox and Chrome on my phone, it works okay, as if nothing is a problem.

Odd that it works on phone but not PC, someone more technical would know why.
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#22

Love the way Neil has used this question to a) try to direct traffic to his website and b) get IT support advice.
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#23

They want another £35 a year for it. I don't want to pay it.

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(30-04-2023, 06:08 PM)TP1 Wrote:  Love the way Neil has used this question to a) try to direct traffic to his website and b) get IT support advice.

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(30-04-2023, 05:20 PM)Fonzie Wrote:  Interesting. I've just tried it in Firefox, Chrome and Edge, all three of which don't like it, and I've tried with my AV program switched on or off. With the AV off I get the three browsers own "not private/bad certificate" messages, and with the AV on it just takes over anyway and I get the same block each time.

But yes, in Firefox and Chrome on my phone, it works okay, as if nothing is a problem.

Odd that it works on phone but not PC, someone more technical would know why.

Whats not to like on there? It's just html pages and jpegs!

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