Hello guys, I'm new to all this, some of my users are complaining because it throws them the NET: ERR_CERTIFICATE_TRANSPARENCY_REQUIRED certificate error, for now it seems that it only happens in windows users and with chrome, because with other browsers it works. I use mac and it works for me.
My domain is: aurora.serviceone.cl
My web server is (include version): apache
The operating system my web server runs on is (include version): ubuntu
My hosting provider, if applicable, is: digitalocean
The version of my client is 0.31.0
I don't know if it has anything to do with it, but I currently live in Chile and days ago it should have updated its schedule but it didn't, the time change will take place on Saturday, do you think it has anything to do with it?
Chile should change the time days ago but it did not do it due to a political event, now the official time change will be this next Saturday, the error happens when you are in Windows, Chrome and you have the current time of the country, but if you advance it one hour (like will be on Saturday) stop happening. What should I do?
LE certificates are backdated one hour to account for misconfigured times. It could be the browser has its own opinion of time with regard to its calculation from UTC to local time and is not complient with the very specific political situation? In that case it would have been mere minutes or even seconds to get an incorrect certificate I guess..
Although I don't understand why the browser would complain about CT log stamps instead of just an invalid certificate.
Guys now it seems that everything works correctly, after an hour or maybe a little more everything is normalized and I don't touch anything, it's very strange, does that time difference have something to do with it?