Expired Root Cert for SoSH

TomTerrific

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Jul 15, 2005
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Wayland, MA
I'm getting repeated warnings from Chrome this morning that SoSH is not secure, and requiring me specifically to choose to connect. More specifically, what Chrome seems to be objecting to is an expired Root Cert.

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Is anyone else having this issue? Why Chrome chose now to start complaining about this is beyond me, so I'm wondering if this is my issue and not SoSH, really.

Any thoughts?
 

AlNipper49

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Shouldn't be expired. I have it auto-renew monthly so it if would have problems it would either be the first or last day of the month.
 

TomTerrific

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All good on Chrome 99x here. Any chance you are behind a cooperate firewall that does DPI-SSL inspection?View attachment 50216
The answer to your question is no, but I’ll bet your inquiry is on the right track. I used to use this (personally-owned) computer to VPN into work, we’ve since changed to allow only our corporate-owned devices to connect. My guess is that at some point earlier that cert was the installed by our corporate network.
 

YouKantBeSerious

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Jun 15, 2011
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You can easily delete that expired cert from your computer.

This article explains your issue and fix:

https://techglimpse.com/dst-root-ca-x3-expired-certificate-error/#:~:text=Step 2: Type certmgr.,the Trusted certification authority store.


The answer to your question is no, but I’ll bet your inquiry is on the right track. I used to use this (personally-owned) computer to VPN into work, we’ve since changed to allow only our corporate-owned devices to connect. My guess is that at some point earlier that cert was the installed by our corporate network.
 

TomTerrific

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