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jbnh

Hello,

I try to monitor my website with autoit sending get and post requests.

It works super fine on my computer but once i migrate the script on my server, http request dont work anymore.

My errfunc handler returns error 80072f05 which means, google says :

The SSL certificate date that was received from the server indicates that the certificate has expired. - OR - Synchronization failed. The security certificate on the server has expired. Check that the date and time on your device are correct and try again

My clock is fine, whatsup with this ssl certificate thing ? My website is not https.

Thanks in advance,

 

JB

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