NEWS DomainSponsor's security certificate has expired

carledgar

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Haven't been able to log on to domainsponsor.com for several days due to expired certificate. I could over-ride it but in the first instance reached out to my account exec, Raymond Goodwin, so far to no avail.

Here's the message

Your connection is not secure

The owner of pubman.domainsponsor.com has configured their website improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Firefox has not connected to this website.
 

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That is sad but the truth is that DS has been having issues for more than a year.
 

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I think dude is awol

smartnames.com serves ds now

I had some names at ds, which were moved to a new smartname account and if/when you login at ds, you'll see two reporting columns > DS / SN

check past emails for info on transition



imo...
 

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I think dude is awol

smartnames.com serves ds now

I had some names at ds, which were moved to a new smartname account and if/when you login at ds, you'll see two reporting columns > DS / SN

check past emails for info on transition



imo...
the login screen at smartnames dot com returns: "This connection is not secure. Logins entered here could be compromised."

What kind of inane operation would advertise such an insecure operation. Can't they get a college kid to set up a secure connection for them?

I'm just on the cusp of a US$100 payout so just expect the site contracted to earn money with my several hundred names to operate crisply and effiviently

Thanks for your reply, man.