On 19/08/15 18:07, mxk wrote:
I don't know how to find the Firefox "page info" he cites, but its May,
2013 date is telling.
Right-click in the page and pick 'page info'.
There's something unusual about the site (clearly!) -- I've just tried
an ancient IE in a VM -- it puts up the "4.0" page with a couple of
warning dialogue boxes, one saying about a secure connection, and one
that it can't open the page (???!!! even though it did!). When I close
them, the page clears to a 'cannot display' message; although by a bit
of fiddling, it's persuadable to continue to show the wrong page. Weird.
Does Bro Scott have an ancestral bias for the Fatal Shore powerful
enough to invert the internet?
Nope. Gaelic ancestry if anything (or so I'm told). Does that count?
I wonder if they've redundant servers with load balancing, and one's out
Harlow, Essex, England
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