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Unable to load http://i.imgur links at all. SSL related errors


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#1 Narakitsune

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Posted 28 October 2015 - 11:06 PM

For the past two weeks this weird problem has gotten both weirder and worse. First I'd get the lock screen "your connection is not private" and I could click advanced and proceed. Telling me the SSL from cloudflare was unable to be verified. 

 

I've googled the crap out of this problem and I just get general "SSL certificate fixes" None of which have solved the problem. If I load the image as straight imgur.com image link ,it will load just fine.

 

Now the problem has evolved further to the point where it just straight refuses to load the image telling me the same error and giving me a windows box to detect problems with my network connection instead of letting me "proceed" or letting me click the little lock with the red slash through it and say "stop using an invalid certificate" 

 

It's not a virus or trojan, or browser hijacker as it's 100% isolated to imgur. Their tech support have blatantly ignored me and won't answer my quires about it, instead just closing the ticket.


Edited by Narakitsune, 28 October 2015 - 11:08 PM.


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