OK, it's a Firefox and CA Cert issue, and the best answer seems to be:
"Known problem related to the free cert used. For some reason browsers do
not accept the cert which leads to the report."
However the workaround: "(you can also use regular http if you don't want to
trust an untrusted
certificate :-)) " still gives the aforementioned warning error.
I am not paranoid about a bogus script and/or a buggy browser, or the
politics and all that, but someone needs to stand up and fix this.
Either remove the "https", get a "real" certificate, post a workaround, or
at least have a "We know ... ignore ... you are safe..." pre-page, or
Not off to a good start for those lesser aware noobs, now aren't we, IMHO?
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