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uncle tom
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'Not safe'

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Using Windows 10 and Chrome I get occasionally alerted that the TPF site is not safe, usually after cleaning up browsing history etc.

Just my PC - or something needing tweaking?
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PhilW
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uncle tom wrote:Using Windows 10 and Chrome I get occasionally alerted that the TPF site is not safe, usually after cleaning up browsing history etc.

Just my PC - or something needing tweaking?
It's not you - the site SSL certificate needs replacing (currently invalid) - pending Derek's tender ministrations.
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The SSL Cert has now been updated, apologies for the delay.

Update your bookmark to load https://www.theportforum.com and you will enable the certificate in your browser.
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