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HTTPS issues in Firefox 39

Thread began 4/08/2015 12:14 am by Weathering | Last modified 5/08/2015 2:30 pm by Weathering | 1810 views | 4 replies


HTTPS issues in Firefox 39

At some point since the weekend my Firefox updated to version 39 and I can no longer visit any page of my store beginning with HTTPS. I can still browse my store at but not at and I also cannot log in to the admin panel. The secure pages work in Internet Explorer and in Firefox 37 on another computer. However, I noticed that computer seems to complain that the encryption is only partial and/or not strong enough. During a test with Firefox 28 I saw no complaints about encryption...strange! I have attached screenshots from Firefox 28, 37, and 39 showing the cafecommerce login page (or lack of). Please help.

Update: While surfing the 'net I came across this possibly relevant bit :

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