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  1. Jeremie Larin's Avatar
    Hi guys,

    I am having a issue with accessing www.synology.com/support. It's always telling me that the site is blocked because of a SSL issue. I would still like to access the site. How would I do that? I have attached a picture of the error.
    BlackBerry 10 browser issue "Site Blocked"-img_20160428_161127.png

    Posted via CB10
    04-28-16 05:14 AM
  2. Uzi's Avatar
    I think you must use another browser
    04-28-16 05:15 AM
  3. Richard Buckley's Avatar
    Are you sure you want to go to that site?


    BlackBerry 10 browser issue "Site Blocked"-img_20160428_051949.png

    LeapSTR100-2/10.3.2.2876
    04-28-16 05:20 AM
  4. Uzi's Avatar
    Hmm sometimes false 'warning' ? Maybe it is legit site for op BTW load fine on chrome
    04-28-16 05:29 AM
  5. Uzi's Avatar
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    04-28-16 05:30 AM
  6. chopachain's Avatar
    I'm seeing a lot of this lately on my Passport. Not sure if this is good or bad.
    04-28-16 05:44 AM
  7. Erik_1991's Avatar
    Get these messages often when trying to use a website that belongs to the Dutch government.. e.g. the vehicle registration website RDW

    BlackBerry 10 browser issue "Site Blocked"-img_20160428_130648.png

    Something to do with the certificate, although I guess it's more of a BlackBerry problem than a website problem... or the government is as corrupt as 'they' say haha

    BlackBerry Passport Silver Edition 
    04-28-16 07:08 AM
  8. MaxFresh's Avatar
    You know you can just click the expand for details and allow site certificate as trusted and it goes to the page

    Posted via CB10
    04-28-16 07:18 AM
  9. Erik_1991's Avatar
    You know you can just click the expand for details and allow site certificate as trusted and it goes to the page

    Posted via CB10
    No you can't.. some sites indeed you can expand and press that you understand the risks and continue. But in some cases it blocked the site and that's it... you can't enter it

    [edit] It's the one with the explanation mark that you can proceed to

    BlackBerry Passport Silver Edition 
    04-28-16 07:22 AM
  10. Richard Buckley's Avatar
    Definitely something hinky going on. This is the certificate chain presented to my BlackBerry

    BlackBerry 10 browser issue "Site Blocked"-img_20160428_173227.png

    And this is presented to my Firefox on my desktop


    BlackBerry 10 browser issue "Site Blocked"-img_20160428_173128.jpg

    The site shouldn't be serving up different certificates to different devices.

    LeapSTR100-2/10.3.2.2876
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    04-28-16 05:35 PM
  11. Magnetic_dud's Avatar
    I started to get this errors even for Wikipedia. Looks like BlackBerry need to update the root certificates...
    04-28-16 11:51 PM
  12. Uzi's Avatar
    I started to get this errors even for Wikipedia. Looks like BlackBerry need to update the root certificates...
    Yeah I remember your thread
    04-28-16 11:56 PM
  13. valiant29's Avatar
    I am also getting " site blocked " for many legit sites since yesterday. Those sites opens perfectly on desktop computer. i.e. no risk warning error.

    Posted via CB10
    04-30-16 01:23 AM
  14. DaDaDogg's Avatar
    It works for me with the native Browser, but I haven't updated my Leap because the latest OS made my Z10 buggy as He||.
    04-30-16 06:40 PM
  15. DaDaDogg's Avatar
    04-30-16 06:41 PM
  16. kiomon's Avatar
    One thing I have found is that BlackBerry doesn't trust any of the "Let's Encrypt' certificate chains. So if a site uses one of those then it will come up with the warning. Wordpress for example just launched SSL encryption for all their hosted blogs and now that warning pops up and you have to add an exception to view. Curious to see when and if BlackBerry updates the browser. I worry things are getting sadd in BB10 land

    Posted via CB10
    05-01-16 07:23 AM
  17. rthonpm's Avatar
    One thing I have found is that BlackBerry doesn't trust any of the "Let's Encrypt' certificate chains. So if a site uses one of those then it will come up with the warning. Wordpress for example just launched SSL encryption for all their hosted blogs and now that warning pops up and you have to add an exception to view. Curious to see when and if BlackBerry updates the browser. I worry things are getting sadd in BB10 land

    Posted via CB10
    You can also just get the certificates from the Let's Encrypt site and import them into your handset yourself.

    Posted via CB10
    05-01-16 07:42 PM
  18. nandehutu's Avatar
    Hi guys,

    I am having a issue with accessing www.synology.com/support. It's always telling me that the site is blocked because of a SSL issue. I would still like to access the site. How would I do that? I have attached a picture of the error.
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    Posted via CB10
    Importing the cert below (settings > security&privacy > certificates) fixes the problem:
    https://www.amazontrust.com/repository/SFSRootCAG2.pem

    Posted via CB10
    05-01-16 10:15 PM
  19. brightberry's Avatar
    Yeah I get the same warning for my own blog location on WordPress. But it does the same thing outside of the app, so is the browser...any easy fixes?

    Posted via CB10
    07-23-16 09:12 PM
  20. brightberry's Avatar
    How do I import this?

    Posted via CB10
    07-23-16 09:15 PM
  21. moyah8's Avatar
    I thought I was alone on this issue!!

    Attachment 404662

    I've been getting it very often too.. the first being for Synology.

    Posted via CB10 on my ClassicSQC100-1/10.3.2.2876
    07-24-16 06:21 AM
  22. Richard Buckley's Avatar
    I recently migrated a site from using Apache to using Nginx. My CA provides different certificate bundles for these (and other) servers, but Nginx started fine using the Apache bundle and all the desktop browsers displayed the pages, so I used the installed bundle while testing the new installation. When I tested it with my BlackBerrys I was surprised to see this same error. When I installed the certificate bundle built for Nginx the problem went away.

    For these reasons I now believe that this is caused by a subtle misconfiguration of the server that the BlackBerry cryptography is picking up.

    LeapSTR100-2/10.3.2.2876
    07-24-16 08:43 AM
  23. moyah8's Avatar
    I recently migrated a site from using Apache to using Nginx. My CA provides different certificate bundles for these (and other) servers, but Nginx started fine using the Apache bundle and all the desktop browsers displayed the pages, so I used the installed bundle while testing the new installation. When I tested it with my BlackBerrys I was surprised to see this same error. When I installed the certificate bundle built for Nginx the problem went away.

    For these reasons I now believe that this is caused by a subtle misconfiguration of the server that the BlackBerry cryptography is picking up.

    LeapSTR100-2/10.3.2.2876
    Thanks for the explanation. Sounds logical...

    It's sh*t like this we don't need. Come on BlackBerry, lay off the Android and make this thing work. Or, if you must dab with Android, atleast keep the boat a float for us (the few) that choose to still use BB10. :-(

    Posted via CB10 on my ClassicSQC100-1/10.3.2.2876
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    07-24-16 09:24 AM
  24. jasonvan9's Avatar
    Thanks for the explanation. Sounds logical...

    It's sh*t like this we don't need. Come on BlackBerry, lay off the Android and make this thing work. Or, if you must dab with Android, atleast keep the boat a float for us (the few) that choose to still use BB10. :-(

    Posted via CB10 on my ClassicSQC100-1/10.3.2.2876
    agreed x1000

    browser has been acting screwy the last little while as well.. not impressed!

    Posted via CB10
    07-24-16 11:20 AM
  25. Richard Buckley's Avatar
    Thanks for the explanation. Sounds logical...

    It's sh*t like this we don't need. Come on BlackBerry, lay off the Android and make this thing work. Or, if you must dab with Android, atleast keep the boat a float for us (the few) that choose to still use BB10. :-(

    Posted via CB10 on my ClassicSQC100-1/10.3.2.2876
    On the other hand if the misconfiguation leads to reduced securit then BlackBerry is doing the right thing.
    07-24-16 11:50 AM
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