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Mon 9 Jun 2014, 01:42 PM



by Ben Langhinrichs
Guess what? This isn't how

Seriously, anybody know why IBM's main pages would trigger this? I was just going to download some IBM Domino software, but want to be sure I haven't missed something.



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What has been said:


1091.1. Karl-Henry Martinsson
(06/09/2014 03:42 PM)

I have seen similar errors when I had the date on the computer set wrong. Check that first.


1091.2. Vitor Pereira
(06/09/2014 07:15 PM)

Ceritificate seems to only be valid for www.ibm.com not for ibm.com


1091.3. Ben Langhinrichs
(06/09/2014 07:32 PM)

Karl-Henry - Date is correct, fwiw.

Vitor - That seems like an oversight, no?


1091.4. Bob Balaban
(06/09/2014 09:42 PM)

I'm guessing invalid or expired server certificate. Or, as K-HM says, a clock that's way off (could be on the server, though, not on your side).


1091.5. Paul Della-Nebbia
(06/10/2014 07:15 AM)

Its the 2nd point under the Technical Details ... "The certificate is only valid for www.ibm.com"


1091.6. Ben Langhinrichs
(06/10/2014 07:40 AM)

Bob - Looks like is it invalid for ibm.com, but valid for www.ibm.com.

Paul - The thing is, I was sent to that page from another IBM page. I'm just baffled that it would be left like that, as I can't imagine it would look good to customers.