Looks to be just straight down, rather than a bad cert.$ telnet -z ssl -z verbose ibank.barclays.co.uk 443Trying 22.214.171.124...SSL_connect:UNKWN before/connect initializationSSL_connect:UNKWN unknown stateSSL_connect:error in UNKWN unknown stateConnected to ibank.barclays.co.uk.Escape character is '^]'.Connection closed by foreign host.
Isn't that the same as visiting any of the CACert sites hosted by A&A though? No random CACert installed == Bad SSL warning.
No, that is usually a click through not a try again.
It is working today, but slightly amusing that clicking on the "Security" link from on-line banking went to a page not found.
I've seen it on several occasions where santander's logout link tries to send you to a page within their staging environment.Shows how well they test their site after making it live!
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