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Security Alert message using LCCS

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Former Community Member

Hi,

I keep on getting security alert message each time my application connects to the lccs service stating

"The Internet site you are about to view uses a certificate that has expired  or is not yet valid.Do you wish to proceed?'

I don't think this has something to do with my Internet settings, does it? Please advice.

Thx

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Former Community Member

Ok, the certificate is updated - we're still not completely done, but for

right now the dev portal is back up and all rooms I'm testing are working.

deepest apologies for the inconvenience - we take these problems really

seriously.

nigel

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I'm getting the same message. Seems like Adobe's Security Cerftificate has run out ...

the only thing we can do is

wait

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Level 1

Until they renew their certificate it would help if you set your local date to anywhe

n between 04/23/2010 and 04/22/2011...

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Former Community Member

I logged into my account...the room i created don't even show...weird...

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Employee

We are on it, and the problem should be fixed shortly. Sorry for the inconvenience

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Level 1

no panic...we survived it (hardly ).

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Level 1

Surviving an inconvenience like this is really difficult. Our application is based entirely on LCCS and suddenly discover that no longer works because it was not renewed a certificate is a blow to throw down ...... hopefully it will be resolved as quickly as possible. nearly 24 hours of disruption seems to me more than enough to lose a lot of users!

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Former Community Member

Hi All,

For now, a workaround while we get a fix pushed is to use

http://collaboration.adobelivecycle.com rather than https. Apologies for the

inconvenience.

nigel

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Employee

That should be "https://na2.collaboration.adobelivecycle.com" (the direct URL for the service). "collaboration.adobelivecycle.com" is the only host having the problem.

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Former Community Member

(Actually, either works, I've been testing =)

nigel

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Former Community Member

Hi,

Thx for the swift response guys!:) We will be following the updates. Though, using the two links given, I still wouldnt be able to see the room I've created or how much I've used for this month..That't normal for now right?

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Employee

Yes, DevPortal seems to have been affected by the problem.

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Correct answer by
Former Community Member

Ok, the certificate is updated - we're still not completely done, but for

right now the dev portal is back up and all rooms I'm testing are working.

deepest apologies for the inconvenience - we take these problems really

seriously.

nigel

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Former Community Member

The basic functionalities are up! Thanks for the update!

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