Yahoo Forgets to Renew Security Certificate for Publisher Network

Jan 30, 2008 • 7:47 am | comments (12) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Yahoo Publisher Network
 

When Yahoo Publisher Network publishers try going to the YPN Portal, they are now presented with a security prompt. If you look closely at that error, it says that their secure certificate has expired.

Yahoo Publisher Network Security Cert

It expired a day ago. I guess Yahoo is trying to cut costs wherever they can, including security. Of course I am kidding. Often companies forget to renew their security certificates. I am sure it will be resolved shortly and I am sure the site is still secure, it just doesn't have the Equifax seal of approval.

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Comments:

Lincoln

07/07/2009 12:04 pm

This problem is not solved yet, so Yahoo does't want to spend money into security.

John

11/05/2009 01:16 pm

cannot get into my email with out going around the yahoo security certs,, How do I fix this

Duncan Bernard Jr

03/10/2010 04:24 am

I can't access my e-mail,what can I do to fix this.

Rudy Moreno

03/13/2010 02:00 am

Cannot access my yahoo mail because the Security Certificate is invalid

Laurie

03/27/2010 06:39 pm

I cannot view my email, because of the security certificate is expired in Yahoo. How do I fix this problem?

taha

11/02/2010 07:59 am

I cannot view my email, because of the security certificate is expired in Yahoo. How do I fix this problem?

Cellardweller0731

04/20/2011 01:19 pm

It's carzy. A lot of people are having this problem again with Yahoo Mail. Every year it happens and it's the smae thing for 2 weeks. That's why I no longer use Yahoo for anything. Those SSL Certificates are extremely important because they assure you that your information is encrypted and some what secure so I would not and do not use Yahoo any longer.

Mr. Upper Darby

04/20/2011 01:21 pm

Funny when this page opened I had the same problem here too. Amazing how bad Yahoo is getting these days. I no longer use their services either.

Scylla04

07/20/2011 12:03 am

Every second visit to the sign in page in any browser on my computer shows "site certificate" can't be identified, because it's trying to go to login.yahoo.net In Chrome the error message is This webpage is not available The webpage at https://login.yahoo.net/login_superads/us/superads_iframe_content.html?es=ddoT7A751u8Zh8QM24Y-&b=aksemkl6vnmnq%26b%3D4%26d%3DOrpOSdlpYFQEZBKKlksbKX2p_R05KgME4niL%26s%3Df7%26i%3DJJ0n.Ww1k4O9x_r5d0Wg might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address.Error 501 (net::ERR_INSECURE_RESPONSE): Unknown error.I've tried using their suggested solution to get the a valid logon page, but it seems not to be working any more I am not impressed!

Titus2fam

07/29/2011 11:53 am

Does that mean it's NOT a valid login page?  Or a safe login page?

Jhayye

08/07/2011 06:11 am

How do I get a new certificate ?

Zils

04/05/2013 11:28 pm

I am so over Yahoo, they are now utterly hopeless. Leaving for good asap..

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