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MomsHugs Invalid Security Certificate for Secunia Shop
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I went to buy Secunia now but it's blocked as using an "invalid security certificate" - an "issuer certificate is not trusted" message doesn't make me feel all warm & fuzzy about sending CrCard info to Secunia! Here's the entire message:

shop.secunia.com uses an invalid security certificate.

The certificate is not trusted because the issuer certificate is not trusted.

(Error code: sec_error_untrusted_issuer)

Any help would be appreciated because Firefox blocks others, too.

Thank you all! ~ Moms Hugs aka Eve

Maurice Joyce RE: Invalid Security Certificate for Secunia Shop
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The real exam question is are U running Secunia purely for personal use on a home computer?

If U are U do not require CSI - PSI is a clone of CSI for home use only.

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MomsHugs RE: Invalid Security Certificate for Secunia Shop
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Last edited on 20th Aug, 2009 06:44
I use it purely for personal home use (recommended by security gurus at BleepingComputers.com).

What is diff btwn PSI & CSI?

EDIT: Can you answer my Q re: "invalid security certificate"??
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Maurice Joyce RE: Invalid Security Certificate for Secunia Shop
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Here is the details plus a link that should answer all your queries.

http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal...

This link expands on CSI

http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/corporat...

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MomsHugs RE: Invalid Security Certificate for Secunia Shop
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THANK YOU, Maurice! Now on to your other advice re "Ignore Rules"
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Slamgeden RE: Invalid Security Certificate for Secunia Shop
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on 24th Aug, 2009 16:04, MomsHugs wrote:
THANK YOU, Maurice! Now on to your other advice re "Ignore Rules"


If you enable the advanced interface (from the leftmost corner), you can specify "ignore rules", that then skip certain files (they are still scanned, but not reported).

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