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  1. #1
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    Is www.mysqueezebox.com being replaced by www.squeezenetwork.com?

    Has www.mysqueezebox.com been replaced by www.squeezenetwork.com? More importantly, is the latter a legitimate site and ok to log into?

    The www.mysqueezebox.com site now delivers a certificate error on its log in page. I have used that web address for many years without thinking about it much.

    I won't log into a site with a certificate error for security reasons.

    But looking at the certificate data, the certificate appears to have been issued to "www.squeezenetwork.com".

    Entering www.squeezenetwork.com brings up an apparent mirror web site. I do know that squeezenetwork.com was changed to "mysqueezebox" some time ago. So perhaps this is just a certificate renewal flub.

    But I am reluctant to log into it until getting confirmation that it is (still) a legitimate site.
    Last edited by sgmlaw; 2018-04-17 at 18:03. Reason: clarification

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    Is www.mysqueezebox.com beingreplaced by www.squeezenetwork.com?

    > Has www.mysqueezebox.com been replaced by www.squeezenetwork.com? More

    No, squeezenetwork.com had been replaced with mysqueezebox.com about 10
    years ago :-).

    > importantly, is the latter a legitimate site and ok to log into?


    Yes.

    > The original www.mysqueezebox.com now delivers a certificate error on
    > its log in page. I have used that web address for many years without
    > thinking about it much.


    Are you using with or without www prefix? The certificate is ok on my
    end, but would complain if you were using https://mysqueezebox.com
    without the www prefix.

    > I won't log into a site with a certificate error for security reasons.


    Hehe... and we only added support for this very forum about a week ago.

    > But looking at the certificate data, the certificate appears to have
    > been issued to "www.squeezenetwork.com".


    If you scroll down that window you'll see that mysqueezebox.com is in
    there, too.

    > Entering www.squeezenetwork.com brings up an apparent mirror web site.
    > But I am reluctant to log into it until getting confirmation that it is
    > a legitimate site.


    It's the same web site, just it's legacy domain name still pointing there.

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    Yes, it looks like the Let's Encrypt cert issued on 2018-03-04 is missing "mysqueezebox.com", "squeezenetwork.com", and "squeezenetwork.net" from the SAN list. Redirects to "www..." for these will fail since the cert is invalid for those names.

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    Babelfish's Best Boy mherger's Avatar
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    Is www.mysqueezebox.com beingreplaced by www.squeezenetwork.com?

    > Yes, it looks like the Let's Encrypt cert issued on 2018-03-04 is
    > missing "mysqueezebox.com", "squeezenetwork.com", and
    > "squeezenetwork.net" from the SAN list. Redirects to "www..." for these
    > will fail since the cert is invalid for those names.


    What browser? I'm getting thumbs up padlocks in FF, Chrome, Safari.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    . . .
    It's the same web site, just it's legacy domain name still pointing there.

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    Michael
    Thanks Michael.

    Based on what you wrote, it looks to be a flubbed certificate issuance. Mysqueezebox is definitely missing from the certificate.

    I'll just start using the squeezenetwork address until the certificate is corrected.


    And now . . . mysqueezebox is suddenly working under a valid certificate. That was fast. Thanks again.
    Last edited by sgmlaw; 2018-04-18 at 04:51. Reason: Problem fixed.

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