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Yep, I see the same.
Looks like someone's let the Java developers at the OTN site again.... :D
The issue is still there.
At least this is not a Blue Sky of Death, ala Azure's expired root SSL certificate.
Heck, if Microsoft cannot even manage the looming expiry of a SLL certificate, causing it to lapse... well, it explains a lot about Microsoft.
OTN (and all of www.oracle.com) do not run on https as of yet. Why are you using that URL?
otn.oracle.com is just a redirect to www.oracle.com/technetwork/index.html
Then why is there an https:// in my browser url right now?
forums.oracle.com does run on https (mandated), but it is an entirely separate application. Oracle.com (OTN) runs on a different platform which is http only at the moment.
I use Firefox with Add On "HTTPS Everywhere".
If I type otn.oracle.com in the URL the Add On automatically add https.
If otn.oracle.com did not use https than I aspect that I get an error 'Unable to connect' like https://tahiti.oracle.com/
or I aspect a redirect like https://www.oracle.com
But it is a misconfiguration if I get an response with a "SSL warning"
Edited by: rb**** on Feb 27, 2013 8:27 AM
Edited by: rb**** on Feb 27, 2013 8:29 AM
This is not something we are going to solve because of the way the otn.oracle.com redirect works. We can't account for every addon or configuration an individual user has.
So is it cost, virtualization, or caching? http://arstechnica.com/business/2011/03/https-is-more-secure-so-why-isnt-the-web-using-it/