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When I clicked the button to subscribe to the newsletter, I received an error - the usual Chrome browser error about expired certificate and that there is a risk of stealing my information.
The error message was (also see attached):
This server could not prove that it is feedpress.it; its security certificate expired 98 days ago. This may be caused by a misconfiguration or an attacker intercepting your connection. Your computer's clock is currently set to Friday, 31 January 2020. Does that look right? If not, you should correct your system's clock and then refresh this page.
Proceed to feedpress.it (unsafe)
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I am by no means a computer expert but if that happened to me I would switch the computer off, restart and do a complete virus and computer scan. then try it again. I've never seen the warning before but it does look like a scam to me. Good luck
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Let me look into this. We use a 3rd party for the newsletter and it looks like an issue with their site.
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I had a certificate expiry warning on here Wednesday, but not had one since.
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