Does anyone have trouble logging in? This is an https site and my Firefox browser refused to log me in claiming the site is not configured right or the certificate has expired. The concern is that overnight this site (agnostic.com) became fake or someone wants to hijack you. This annoying problem can be prevented.
Go to settings in Firefox, find privacy and security, then go to certificates. Add [agnostic.com] as an exception and make it permanent. Certificates are only valid a short time so this should do it. I use Firefox exclusively and this has happened now on 2 or my 3 computers. Close and re-start Firefox and you should be fine.
It is strange to me that this sort of thing is happening. I also find that off and on a site might ask you to login again and even though you have the right info the site wants to text you to "prove it is really you." This last one disguised as how vigilant they are at protecting is really just a guarantee to them that they continue to have all your info.
I am able to access this site using Firefox on my Linux computer but not on my windows computer. Chrome locks me on both computers and does not give me an option to add it as an exception. I am starting to wonder if this site is something of a "flying dutchman" right now. That is not a good sign.
According to my antivirus program, it appears the site owner hasn't updated the certificate which expired yesterday. Suggesting the site may have the potential to be exposed to our information being stolen. I highly suggest you have your devices well protected until the issue is solved!
I was only able to access the site in incognito mode and couldn't login with my username but was able to with my email address. I think this can only be corrected by the Admin has dropped out of sight. He may have passed away or hopefully just lost interest. Same with slug.com, the Bizarro version of this site.
I use Firefox as my primary browser, and the first time I went o log on, it told me the certificate expired, but I just tried it a couple hours late and I had no problem.
In the Community Senate group they said the certificate did expire. I asked if anyone notified @Admin , as I though perheps they meant to renew, but just overlooked it.
Anyway, all seems well now.