Safari will not open
  • Recently each time I log into I get "Safari Can't open the page https://server because Safari can't establish a secure connection to the server ". I have tried using Firefox and Google Chrome and both produce the same results. I am using the latest version of each and have deleted and re-installed each including High Sierra. Neither brewers will give me the opportunity to installed or update the SSL certificate.
    Yesterday I was able to access it from my iPhone only but now I have lost all access. My Dynamic DNS name in Security Spy is green and remains green when I click the test button.
  • It's difficult to diagnose what is going wrong from this limited information, but the first thing I notice is that you are aren't appending the correct port number to the URL. By default, SecuritySpy uses port 8001 for secure HTTPS connections, so your URL would be something like this:

    Of course, you'll need to make sure that you have turned on the HTTPS web server in SecuritySpy, and that you have enabled the "Allow access from the Internet" options. Also, your Mac must be awake and running SecuritySpy at the time you are attempting access.

    If you are still having problems, please email us and include a screenshot of the Web preferences in SecuritySpy and we'll work with you direct to resolve this issue.
  • Thank you I have emailed a detailed description of my issue and included screens shots
  • Disregard. Working now. Not sure what I did.

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