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Well maybe its propergation of the new certs.
Not only does it still work but updates for nvda and nvda addons
So you may have to wait for things to update themselves.
On 1/10/2021 10:20 pm, Dejan Ristic
Hi once again,
I've tried to open www.nvaccess.org
with Firefox. It's worked. If I'm allowed to express my opinion,
chrome-based browsers refuse to access the site complaining
about a privacy error and a certificate that has expired.
Stay safe and take care,
On 01/10/2021 09:56, Chris via
I would imagine that we wouldn’t be able
to access the site in that case along with everybody else
But that doesnt seem to be the case as
others are not having problems whilst others are
I know there was somethingn on google news today
about https certificates etc that expired. Could this
have happened with nvda's site, or anywhere else that
could have an effect on what's going on?
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On 30 Sep 2021, at 13:46, Dejan Ristic wrote:
Hi from me,
Just to let you know that I'm unable to access
the NV access site, nor am I able to do the add-on
and/or NVDA updates.
On 30/09/2021 22:33, Chris
via groups.io wrote:
Not only get
an error checking for addon updates, also checking
for NVDA updates pops up the same error message
The author of Add-on Updater himself (I) have
experienced this once, and the workaround seems to
be to visit addons.nvda-project.org website using
your preferred web browser. If NV Access server
was offline, chances are that folks would have
reported problems with not only Add-on Updater,
but NVDA update checks as well, affecting folks
who do ask NVDA to check for updates every day.
Since it doesn't affect everyone, chances are that
the computer (more specifically, the operating
system) might be assuming that the web trusts soon
to expire security certificate without realizing
that it isn't - connecting to websites flagged as
secure (such as NV Access website) would inform
Windows that the web is safer again.