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    Quote Originally Posted by garym View Post
    aaah so it's been back up then? In that case they maybe just tweaking things over the weekend perhaps.
    Checked agin just now 404 error now showing lets hope its sorted soon.

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    Sounds to me like they are the victim of a hack, nasty trojan or the like.

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    I got on to the site a day or 2 ago now when I try firefox it says unsafe site. Obviously still problems very frustrating when you can't call in to shop and need to use electronic carrier pidgeon. (Anyone know whats going on.)
    Regards Rod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod Gilbert View Post
    I got on to the site a day or 2 ago now when I try firefox it says unsafe site. Obviously still problems very frustrating when you can't call in to shop and need to use electronic carrier pidgeon. (Anyone know whats going on.)
    Regards Rod.
    Seems fine now Rod.

    (My only problem is it has been down so long I have forgotten what i went there for.... ;-))

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    I just got same warning as Rod

    I am just 30mins away yet still like to browes before going there.

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    Just had a look myself using Firefox, no probs, no warnings
    The person who never made a mistake never made anything

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    I just tried again after reading others replies as I said I got on a couple of days ago no problem but today again this message from Firefox.


    This Connection is Untrusted

    You have asked Firefox to connect securely to www.mcjing.com.au, but we can't confirm that your connection is secure.

    Normally, when you try to connect securely, sites will present trusted identification to prove that you are going to the right place. However, this site's identity can't be verified.
    What Should I Do?

    If you usually connect to this site without problems, this error could mean that someone is trying to impersonate the site, and you shouldn't continue.

    www.mcjing.com.au uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate is only valid for mcjing.com.au (Error code: ssl_error_bad_cert_domain)

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    Same as Rod, FF doesn't trust it.
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    Hmmmm, my firefox works but my ie and opera don't which probably means that sometime in the past I accepted their invalid certificate.

    This is the problem:

    The server's name "www.mcjing.com.au" does not match the certificate's name "mcjing.com.au;mcjing.com.au"

    It is probably a web developer's typo and can be worked around by dropping the "www." off the URL - however there is no way to determine that it isn't a "spoof" so you must use your own judgement. I always recommend the "better safe than sorry" approach.

    If anyone is going into McJing perhaps this could be brought to their attention, or perhaps someone could drop them a line.

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    Its up and running this morning

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    Default McJing's Web Site Down Again .....

    Seems that McJing's Web Site is down again with a detailed Server Error message this time. It was down on Sunday 12th Jan, and back up again on Monday 13th Jan 2014. Now - Thursday 16th January 2014, it's down again. Hope they get it fixed soon. It's a bit difficult to buy from them when their web site is dead and you're in another state.

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    (Hope they get it fixed soon. It's a bit difficult to buy from them when their web site is dead and you're in another state.)
    I agree with you they are good people to deal with it is a real pity the web site seems to let them down again.
    Regards Rod.

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    Guy's I have noted that McJings website returns errors with the checkout using Google Chrome, however, using Internet Explorer everything works fine.

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    Just tried to place an order and it appears to be busted. Tried FF, Chrome and IE.

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