Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-28 Thread Dale E Sterner
Check you server and see if its new. cheers DS On Thu, 26 Oct 2017 12:27:36 -0500 Jim Hall writes: > On Thu, Oct 26, 2017 at 10:43 AM, Dale E Sterner > wrote: > > I don't know my client version. It is supplied by Juno. > > They don't have an update for

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-28 Thread Dale E Sterner
Very little help from Juno. I'll have to keep it for the email and use my neighbor's wifi for the web. cheers DS On Thu, 26 Oct 2017 12:27:36 -0500 Jim Hall writes: > On Thu, Oct 26, 2017 at 10:43 AM, Dale E Sterner > wrote: > > I don't know my client

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-28 Thread Dale E Sterner
I have never had a problem with https with SSL 3. Apache's new server to prevent data breeches, I believe is the source. Everybody wants to use it. They don't want to be an Equifax. Personalily I think data breeches are linked to employees who are careless or corrupt. cheers DS On Thu, 26 Oct

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-26 Thread Chuck Payne
I can hit http://www.freedos.org/, that from my linux box. On 10/26/17 11:43 AM, Dale E Sterner wrote: I don't know my client version. It is supplied by Juno. They don't have an update for me. I don't think https is the problem. I used the same browzer on my neighbor's wifi on my laptop and

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-26 Thread Paolo Vincenzo Olivo
Thanks! I'm sorry, do not know how I had skeep that sentence On 26 Oct 2017 19:15, "Jim Hall" wrote: > > On 26 Oct 2017 13:28, "Jim Hall" wrote: > > Yes, the FreeDOS website is still plain old http. > > > > I have https on my to-do list, but I get so

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-26 Thread Jim Hall
On Thu, Oct 26, 2017 at 10:43 AM, Dale E Sterner wrote: > I don't know my client version. It is supplied by Juno. > They don't have an update for me. I don't think https > is the problem. I used the same browzer on my neighbor's > wifi on my laptop and everything worked 100%.

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-26 Thread dmccunney
On Thu, Oct 26, 2017 at 12:54 PM, Paolo Vincenzo Olivo wrote: > On 26 Oct 2017 13:28, "Jim Hall" wrote: > >> Yes, the FreeDOS website is still plain old http. >> >> I have https on my to-do list, but I get so little "downtime" to myself that >> I

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-26 Thread Jim Hall
> On 26 Oct 2017 13:28, "Jim Hall" wrote: > Yes, the FreeDOS website is still plain old http. > > I have https on my to-do list, but I get so little "downtime" to myself that > I haven't had an opportunity to sit down and go through the Let's Encrypt > https process, even

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-26 Thread Paolo Vincenzo Olivo
Hi Mr. Hall, I wonder, in that case, wouldn't then become impossible to reach freedos site from DOS browsers? On 26 Oct 2017 13:28, "Jim Hall" wrote: On Oct 24, 2017 11:39 AM, "dmccunney" wrote: > I can't connect to freedos.org and many other

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-26 Thread dmccunney
On Thu, Oct 26, 2017 at 7:28 AM, Jim Hall wrote: > On Oct 24, 2017 11:39 AM, "dmccunney" wrote: > >>> I can't connect to freedos.org and many other web sites. >> >> Freedos.org doesn't appear to have changed. It's simple as such things go. >> >> And

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-26 Thread Dale E Sterner
I don't know my client version. It is supplied by Juno. They don't have an update for me. I don't think https is the problem. I used the same browzer on my neighbor's wifi on my laptop and everything worked 100%. Its just Juno. Security is set to SSL 3 and it seams to work on neighbor's wifi. It

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-26 Thread Jim Hall
On Oct 24, 2017 11:39 AM, "dmccunney" wrote: > I can't connect to freedos.org and many other web sites. Freedos.org doesn't appear to have changed. It's simple as such things go. And it's *not* configured to access it through https, which is unusual, as the rest of

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-25 Thread Thomas Mueller
Excerpt from dmccunney: > The likely issue is that the web is moving to https for connectivity. > This creates an encrypted session between you and what you are > accessing. It's more secure, but requires using a browser than can > *do* https. > What client are you using now? I don't try to

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-25 Thread dmccunney
On Wed, Oct 25, 2017 at 4:22 PM, Dale E Sterner wrote: > I can reach my bank, amazon and ask.com. > It started about a month ago with google & > wikapedia then slowly spread to eveything > else. Slowly one by one web sites stopped responding. > Even Juno.com doesn't respond.

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-25 Thread Dale E Sterner
At least they could send an error message and tell you what you need. Jack said his dial up is still working. My email still works. Hard to get rid of JUNO. This email address is everywhere. cheers DS On Wed, 25 Oct 2017 12:26:12 -0700 Ralf Quint writes: > On 10/25/2017

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-25 Thread Ralf Quint
On 10/25/2017 1:22 PM, Dale E Sterner wrote: > I can reach my bank, amazon and ask.com. > It started about a month ago with google & > wikapedia then slowly spread to eveything > else. Slowly one by one web sites stopped responding. > Even Juno.com doesn't respond. > Juno doesn't have anything to

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-25 Thread Dale E Sterner
I can reach my bank, amazon and ask.com. It started about a month ago with google & wikapedia then slowly spread to eveything else. Slowly one by one web sites stopped responding. Even Juno.com doesn't respond. Juno doesn't have anything to offer. There are no error messages. Its a pain to change

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-25 Thread Dale E Sterner
I think my hasrware is fine. Juno hasn't been any help. I think I need a new client to match an updated server.A few sites haven't updated and I can still reach them. cheers DS On Tue, 24 Oct 2017 12:32:44 -0400 Jim Hall writes: > The FreeDOS website is working fine from

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-24 Thread dmccunney
On Tue, Oct 24, 2017 at 12:14 PM, Dale E Sterner wrote: > I suddenly find that I can connect to only 2 web sites, noiw. What can you still successfully connect to? > I can't connect to freedos.org and many other web sites. Freedos.org doesn't appear to have changed. It's

Re: [Freedos-user] have servers made a big change recently

2017-10-24 Thread Jim Hall
The FreeDOS website is working fine from here. I'm at a tech conference on the conference wifi, so this is not my home setup. It's possible your Internet provider is having some difficulty. Looks like you're on Juno. You might call them. At a guess, they'll probably have you turn your Internet