/ Can’t access UKC from Windows laptop
As per lanksmike’s post on late last night, anybody else got the same issue? When trying to get in, I now get “This page canrsquo;t (sic) be displayed
Turn on TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 in Advanced Settings.
I’ve done so, they are already turned on, but still no joy. Anybody any bright ideas? Access from my iPhone and Android Tablet is fine by the way.
Oh, and it then says “it is possible that the site uses an unsupported protocol or cipher suite such as RC4, which is not considered secure. Please contact your site administrator”.
Yep, same problem from PC.
I had that from work on Friday …. switched to Chrome and it was fine.
Now using Edge from home and that's fine as well - must be just IE.
Are you using Internet Explorer?
Just trying to get in via Google.
I think it's because we updated the software on the server the other day and we just use TLS 1.2 now. According to this though, IE 11 on Windows 7 should support it but only specific ciphers.
I'll see if there's a quick fix to get it working. To be honest, it's not the best idea to browse the web on really old browsers though.
To be honest, this really old user hasn’t a clue about browsers, either ancient or modern, and wouldn’t know a cipher if one fell on him!
I think I've cracked it without affecting our A rating
Yep, posting this from my laptop - cheers Paul, well done
It's gone again with me.
Safari 10.1.2 working with 11.1.2
Yep, me too.
No longer able to access the site from desktop PC again now as of today .
I can't access from IE 11 (version 11.0.9600.19356)
Works fine with Chrome (Version 75.0.3770.100 (Official Build) (64-bit))
Sorry guys, seems the server's auto-updated my custom config to the default one. I'll sort it out.
Edit: Should be sorted again. I'll try and make the change permanent this time.
I seem to have access again.
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