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Why: Cannot Verify Server Identity - Safari iPhone

Cannot Verify Server Identity Safari iPhone

If you browse a website in Safari on your iPhone, you may receive a pop up warning message before being allowed onto the website.   Cannot Verify Server Identity The identity of “” cannot be verified by Safari. Review the certificate details to continue.   This is very likely due to 2 reasons as mentioned already...

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Cannot Verify Server Identity Safari static.yieldmo.com – CNN

Cannot Verify Server Identity Safari static.yieldmo.com CNN

If you recently tried browsing the CNN.com website on your iPhone, you may receive a prompt Cannot verify Server Identity of static.yieldmo.com.     It seems CNN has removed its SSL server certificate temporarily on their website. So, when you previously browsed the website on your iDevice, Safari remembered it as https://cnn.com. In this case, the...

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Review: Best Tripple Charging Cable - Apple Android USB Lightening/Micro USB/USB C

Review: Best Tripple Charging Cable - Apple Android USB Lightening/Micro USB/USB C

The Dodocool 3 in 1 charging and syncing cable (model DA120) is compatible with iPhones, Galaxy’s, S7, LG/H5, HTC, Nexus, and more. The rubber surrounding the cable is durable enough to prevent easy damage, and enough to coil easily. The cable offers fast charging when plugged into a 2.4A  USB 2.0 port or AC outlet.   {loadposition...

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Unexpected Error: We Encountered an Error and Could Use Your Help – iOS

Unexpected Error We Encountered an Error and Could Use Your Help iOS

You receive the following error message while working in an iOS app. There are no details of the error and you are most likely still able to work in the app fine.   Unexpected Error We encountered an error and could use your help. Please contact support and tell us what yu were doing when this...

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Why The US Law Is Silent On the Use of Stingray Devices and Spy Apps

Why The US Law Is Silent On the Use of Stingray Devices and Spy Apps

After 9/11, United states was blown by the fact that they had a security breach, reflecting on how poorly they have designed their surveillance for domestic use. This historical incident killed nearly 2977 (DUNLAP, 2008) (Library, 2016) people and left more than 6000 wounded (McCoy, 2015), and it was enough to speak up on the matter...

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