Works fine on all my computers using Chrome. Do you have a cracked piece of software running a sanbox that messes with your internal clock to exploit a timed trial? I had that happen once. It was changing my internal time to something that didn’t match within the parameters of the security certificate. The cert has both a start and end date, so if your comp’s internal time is not within those dates, it will throw an error.
If I had any idea what you just wrote, I could perhaps answer the question. The computer that gets the time/date error message is my desk top at work. My lap top just sends a message that says the certificate expired several days ago and the site is not safe but I can proceed at my own risk.
A few notes for those who don’t see it: this is only affecting stimhack.com, not the forums; if you’ve ignored it once in Chrome, it does become a smaller warning in the address bar, which might be easier to miss; the advanced part of the warning on Chrome does include the date according to it, so you can confirm that the problem isn’t as Dstinct described, and it does show the correct date on my computer.
Noticed the same certificate if I use the HTTPS URL, so it makes sense that it’s a certificate issue. If I use HTTP in the address, obviously I won’t get a warning, but the links used on the main (non-forum) side mostly uses the HTTPS URL.
Ah okay. Yeah. I get it on the main site too. I never visit it, so I thought it was the forum that was being referred to which works fine for me and everyone else I assume. My bad. I just know that in the past I’ve used software hacks that alter the date on my comp to bypass time limit trials, and that can screw up certs by causing the date to conflict.