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Chrome says "Invalid Server Certificate" when logging into DirecTV

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by BSMEMIT1976, Dec 1, 2012.

I log in to DirecTV successfully with

  1. Chrome on a Mac

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  2. Safari on a Mac

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  3. Chrome on a PC

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  4. Safari on a PC

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  1. BSMEMIT1976

    BSMEMIT1976 New Member

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    Not a biggie, more just curious...

    I use Chrome on my MacBook most of the time. If I try to log in to the DireTV web site I get "Invalid Server Certificate". I called DirecTV on this and suggested there was a problem. They assured me there isn't and suggested I try another browser. Sure enough it works fine on the same MacBook using Safari. This has been so for several months.

    I've run into a few other web sites where I have to use Safari instead of Chrome for other reasons, but not "Invalid Server Certificate". Mostly just an annoyance but wanting to satisfy my curiosity.
     
  2. Kevin F

    Kevin F Hall Of Fame

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    No issues here with Safari on multiple Macs in my house.

    Kevin
     
  3. Jacob Braun

    Jacob Braun King of Awesome

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    No issues with Safari (6.0.2) or Chrome (25.0) on my Mac.
     
  4. MysteryMan

    MysteryMan Well-Known Member DBSTalk Club

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    No issues with either IE or Chrome using my PC.
     
  5. hdtvfan0001

    hdtvfan0001 Well-Known Member

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    I'm viewing and posting at DBSTalk right now just fine with Chrome on a PC. It also works just fine on my Android tablet Chrome browser.

    Works fine using IE as well on the PC.
     
  6. jimmie57

    jimmie57 Hall Of Fame

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    I don't use Chrome but I searched the web and found this:

    Its been just a few days that Million of google chrome users were facing an Invalid server certificate issue on their Chrome browser .The chrome users were worried as they were thinking that they might be a victim of some hack . In such a case we must let you know That it was just a technical issue and the issue has been resolved quickly as expected . Chrome released an update named Chrome Stable which will help you to Fix the Invalid server certificate issues and let you fix the problem .

    Link to where I found it : http://www.techflashed.com/2012/04/how-to-fix-invalid-server-certificate.html
     
  7. zeus

    zeus Legend

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    No issues logging in with chrome on Linux Mint.
     
  8. Whiskey River

    Whiskey River Mentor

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    Make sure your time and date are set correctly, and your timezone, with daylite savings turned off. If your time is off it will always cause Cert. errors.
     
  9. Dude111

    Dude111 An Awesome Dude

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    Site loads fine with IE for me :) (MyIE2)
     

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