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TD EasyWeb

Trying to access it tonight, Firefox complains, "easyweb.td.com uses an invalid security certificate, The certificate is only valid for the following names: ..."

Anyone else run into the same?
TodayHello wrote:
Oct 16th, 2012 9:06 pm
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Nov 2, 2003
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TD caught on to your badmouthing it and cut you off?
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actng wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2014 1:51 am
TD caught on to your badmouthing it and cut you off?
Badmouthing? Haha.. Where have I ever said anything negative about TD here or elsewhere?

But on a more serious note, this is a technical problem with accessing EasyWeb. So why don't you go try it for yourself, and see if you can get in from the homepage.
TodayHello wrote:
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...The Banks are smarter than you - they have floors full of people whose job it is to read Mark77 posts...
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Jun 20, 2011
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I just tried it on Firefox and it works fine. If there is a pop up for a new certificate just accept it from Easyweb. It might also be that your time/date is incorrect on your computer.
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Mark77 wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2014 1:54 am
Badmouthing? Haha.. Where have I ever said anything negative about TD here or elsewhere?

But on a more serious note, this is a technical problem with accessing EasyWeb. So why don't you go try it for yourself, and see if you can get in from the homepage.
It happened to me 2-3 times, I just tried after some time and worked fine.
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Nov 28, 2010
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Probably it was just a rolling update of the web cert and you were hitting the one that wasn't updated properly or something.
Sh*t like this happens in any size of enterprise. A Sysadmin error... Somebody put the system back into farm too soon.
Forget it an move on.
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Having the same problem too ("Untrusted Connection" in firefox)! Must be a rolling update of the cert and it hasnt reached the server i'm connecting to yet, i guess. Its 6:45AM (est).
Redirects easyweb to: easywebcpo.td.com = 23.52.85.60
UPDATE
Ok looks like my geo-locaton received the update just now (6:58am EST) -- certificate is working and no more "Untrusted" alert.
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Mar 25, 2005
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I logged in through Webbroker then took the link to Easyweb and the error disappeared.
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DDHLeigh wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2014 1:55 am
I just tried it on Firefox and it works fine. If there is a pop up for a new certificate just accept it from Easyweb.
Not the best advice.

If TD's computer people made some mistakes with their SSL configuration, then yes you can just accept the invalid certificate.

On the other hand, if a bad guy is impersonating TD's website and trying to steal your login info, your browser will show the same kind of error message.

Which case is this? Hard to tell with the limited info at hand.
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They had issues yesterday with this. Guess it still hasn't been resolved.
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Had issues yesterday at work, but was fine when I got home.
Fine this morning again at work.
Both using FireFox.
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Mark77 wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2014 1:54 am
Badmouthing? Haha.. Where have I ever said anything negative about TD here or elsewhere?
Yesterday:
Mark77 wrote:
Jan 21st, 2014 1:02 pm
Never ceases to amaze me that instead of dealing with the root issue, ie: broker abuse, people are willing to use these strange concotions of currency arbitrage in an attempt to bypass such.

Seriously people, why don't you call up your brokers and make it known that the games with forex aren't any more tolerable than they are for stocks, ie: not at all?

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