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  1. cliovirgin

    cliovirgin Gold Member

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    I can’t access this site from my PC.
    This site can’t provide a secure connection.
    www.clio197.net uses an unsupported protocol.
    ERR_SSL_VERSION_OR_CIPHER_
    MISMATCH
    The client and sever don’t support a common SSL protocol version or cipher suite. This is likely to be caused when the sever needs RC4, which is no longer considered secure.
    Any ideas ?
     

  2. Daverb

    Daverb Paid Member

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    Yeah it’s been reported already, been that way for a while :confused:
     
  3. Sean197

    Sean197 RIP Albi :( Moderator

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  4. turkie172

    turkie172 Paid Member

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    On win7 IE11 I'm getting "only secured content is displayed" and a button that I can press to show all content
     
  5. Micah

    Micah Clumsy McButterfingers Moderator

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    Been fine on my Chrome?
     
  6. Jimmy

    Jimmy Good cop Administrator

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    There have been some recent changeovers to a secure SSL https site, so this may be the root of some of the issues you are seeing. Nik has very kindly been sorting all this out, and did suggest there may be one or two small issues.
     
  7. Nik

    Nik Administrator

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    All working fine in Chrome and other browsers for me.

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    It's probably a caching issue, where your browser is using content stored on your PC that is linking to the http version rather than https. If you clear all browser cache for this site it should work fine.
     
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  8. cliovirgin

    cliovirgin Gold Member

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    @Nik tried that and more !
     
  9. Nik

    Nik Administrator

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    Ahh ok, it looks like you are using Windows XP. The latest versions of Chrome on XP don't support the recent SSL certificate standards, which will give you that error. The error about RC4 and the website having an outdated security code is a red herring, it's actually a newer code than your computers operating system supports.

    XP is well out of support so you will have issues like this. I'm surprised you can get some other HTTPS sites to load tbh. I've read that you might have more luck using Firefox web browser as it has its own cryptographic support rather than using the one in Windows.
     
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  10. cliovirgin

    cliovirgin Gold Member

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    Quite correct with Windows XP, but professional version. I have no problems entering any other https sites including Clio Sport !
     
  11. cliovirgin

    cliovirgin Gold Member

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    @Nik All sorted with the Firefox, thank you buddy.
     
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  12. Daverb

    Daverb Paid Member

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    Looks all good with the new cert :thumb:
     

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