Expired certificate for a site I use


#1

The website is datenighto.com and it’s a site for playing visual novels. How do I go about getting or renewing a certificate so I can view this website? I keep getting a security error due to an invalid or expired certificate. I’ve tried everything I can think of and I don’t know what else to do.


#2

It largely depends how you acquired the certificate to begin with.

Since your application appears to be Node.js/Express-based without any webserver in front of it, is is very difficult for us to guess what the right thing for you to do is.

Do you know who set the certificate the first time?


#3

Do you operate the website? The only people who can fix it are the people who run it. If you’re only a customer, there’s nothing you can do.


#4

No but it seems like I’m the only one having this issue.


#5

I see the expired certificate too. Presumably the website has been totally broken for everyone for more than 3 weeks.

Maybe the website has multiple servers, or other people are clicking through the error message.

https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=datenighto.com&hideResults=on

Also the server is apparently missing a two-and-a-half-year-old security patch.


#6

I don’t know. It’s not my website; I don’t own or run it. I just use it and all of a sudden I get an error that the certificate has expired.

I’ve searched all over Google and it seems I’m the only one having this issue.


#7

Maybe email support@datenighto.com or tweet at this guy to fix it: https://twitter.com/konistehrad

He seems to be the technical guy behind the site.

As mentioned, the site is broken for everyone, not just you.


#8

I see now that I didn’t check thoroughly enough. Thank you all for your help :slight_smile:


#9

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