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I noticed the cert for the site isn't valid for the domain. It's just using a wildcard from the provider. LetsEncrypt offers free certs if you want to create a valid one for the site without the normal CA cert costs.

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Thanks Sprack. We've just changed a few things in the back end so things like errors may occur occasionally.

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I'm still hitting invalid certs on this. There's a howto on hosting the cert on the ELB since it looks like you're offloading through one - https://blog.alejandrocelaya.com/2016/08/16/setup-a-lets-encrypt-certificate-in-a-aws-elastic-load-balancer/

Also, all links point to the http page rather than being relative and allowing https to be ubiquitous when signed in through.

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Our cloud host doesn't entirely make this a straightforward switch, or at least as I am aware it isn't. Feel free to PM me if you want to discuss this further or have suggestions. I'll look into this.

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