Older Macs using Chrome – False Security Alerts
About 60+ days ago we upgraded our SSL to the most current systems. As a result we have received calls concerning a warning alert from users on a Macintosh computer running Chrome. We understand this to be the older models. We at Paper-Papers use Mac computers and Chrome browser, but cannot recreate it on our devices.
As a result of this alert, we want to provide a little bit of info to assist you with this concern.
- First thing, we are happy to process your order over the phone if this just doesn’t work for you.
- Second, feel free to run our site at this 3rd party check system for security tests. (we run this often and have always been graded an A) www.ssllabs.com
- Third, try to clear your browser keychain. Here is a suggested fix from our hosting techs. It is simply to clean out your browser keychains. There seems to be a conflict with one or 2 saved keychains. Here is the info they’ve found to assist. (Please note, this info is offered to assist, we do not claim to be experts on unique devices, this info was found by our tech research)
First, go to “Keychain Access” (Utilities > Keychain Access or Command-Space and type in “Keychain” and select “Keychain Access”)Second, on the left side, click on your “login” keychain. Right Click on “Verisign Class 3 Public Primary Certification Authority – G5” and click delete. I also deleted other Verisign keys here, but I’m not sure it is necessary.Third, close your browser, take a deep breath and open Chrome again. It should work now——–Here’s a post pertaining to this issue: