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Old 01 Aug 2012, 14:04
ChiNa ChiNa is offline
 
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Question vBulletin.org (Firfox - The Connection is Untrusted)

Dear vBulletin.org! I am getting a bit anoyed by this Firefox message appearing almost everytime I clear my cookies and open firefox to get inside vBulletin.org, and I get this message every time, Now I know vBulletin.org very well, and as I speak a bit english and I know many Danish people does as well, but let me also tell you that our people is very very carefull for what they are doing online! And to be honest, even myself when I see this message on other website, I simply close it and never go there again! And so does many others, And in my case the first 2-3 times I really had to be sure that what i was looking at was actually right, and that it was a message that really were blocking me from getting to vBulletin.org. This is totally WRONG! And I know that this site is maybe one of those website that I TRUST most and the most reliable and trusted websites, with no maleware or any other illegal stuff!

Here is how the message looks like:



I live in Denmark, and the first 3-4 times I ignored the message, and i clicked on the I UNDERSTAND THE RISKS! or the "ADD EXCEPTION"! I dont know if its only happening to me, but I am sure that vBulletin.org is getting blocked by firefox!

Now how come that firefox is taking vBulletin.org as a non Secured connection, or as they call it "UNTRUSTED"!

But what about those people who are carefull using the internet, I am sure they will never use vBulletin.org if they saw that message! I am here to help out, and
to inform you guys about it! And trully it makes me angry very much!
Because the message is out of line and not good for the reputation! A

I think vBulletin or the host have the power to contact the Firefox management and tell them about it! I will attach and image from today!

I hope I will an answer to this.. Thanks a lot
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Old 01 Aug 2012, 16:55
HMBeaty HMBeaty is offline
 
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Assuming you came from vBulletin.com to vBulletin.org, you left the https in the url. Therefore, you're going to get the message you got. You need to browse vbulletin.org with http
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Old 03 Aug 2012, 18:58
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Can almost guarentee it .. I do it almost every time LOL
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Old 04 Aug 2012, 00:20
ChiNa ChiNa is offline
 
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Really guys? But I do not remember I went to vBulletin, Its always when I clear my Cookies and my temprorary internet files, then i get this! I will give it one more try, clear the cookies, and see if it does happen again! But it can also be right that It happens becaus I do use other HTTPS connections!

Thanks alot for the info, needed that
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