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When customers try to access my PayPal button (which image does not show) they receive:
Your connection is not private
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This article may be a bit old as Chrome and Firefox are planning to remove all trust fromall Symantec TLS certificates, but PCWorld says that "After the latest incident of improper certificate issuance, Google says that it has lost confidence in the world's largest certificate authority [, Symantec]". This distrust is already live in Chrome Dev 70. This has affected me as a buyer and a seller, as I cannot access PayPal and eBay is indicated as not secure site.
eBay, PayPal, and 1/3 of the internet will have to get a new TLS certificate, ether use Chrome less than 70, Firefox less than 60, or another browser.
So basically, Google have taken it upon themselves to halt access due to their own loss in confidence in Symantec, but haven't offered an alternative other than using a competing service such as IE which in turn has the worst security of all web browsers...
This needs to be fixed ASAP! Chrome Canary / dev builds on version 70.x are now UNABLE TO ACCESS PAYPAL.COM AT ALL!! Same with the latest Firefox builds!
Prior you could click Advanced and proceed anyways, but not any longer! Paypal.com is now totally inaccessible from these browsers! The error looks like this: