If you visit https://forum.unilang.org/
you won't have any problems in Firefox.
The underlying reason is that 'www.unilang.org' tries to use the encryption certificate that doesn't have a name entry for 'www.unilang.org' (but only for 'unilang.org' and 'forum.unilang.org'). On that error page, if you click [advanced] you can read the following
Web sites prove their identity via certificates. Firefox does not trust this site because it uses a certificate that is not valid for http://www.unilang.org
. The certificate is only valid for the following names: anaproy.nl, cloud.anaproy.nl, download.anaproy.nl, elkewijs.nl, forum.unilang.org, gayasaya.nl, home.anaproy.nl, mail.anaproy.nl, map.anaproy.nl, proycon.anaproy.nl, unilang.org
Error code: SSL_ERROR_BAD_CERT_DOMAIN
It works! However, it's literally does only when I access everything starting from the main page https://forum.unilang.org/
, if I try clicking on one of the links that remain in my search bar such as http://home.unilang.org/main/forum/viewforum.php?f=50
, it doesn't work.
So I guess the maintenance / developers should add certificates to the http://www.
, home. etc. subdomains not because I don't have a workaround, but in order not to deter someone else from visiting the site by making them think the server is down or something.
PS Asutko myös Suomessa? :)