On the other hand, this may appear as an erroneous message from Safari too, and that’s what we’re looking to troubleshoot here.
“Safari can’t verify the identity of the website “facebook.com” The certificate for this website is invalid.
This is a problem when forwarding calls back to the PSTN as the provider expects 10 digits instead of 4 (or whatever the CUCM internal dial plan may be).
An easy solution to this problem is using a SIP Profile with CUBE and replacing the 4 digit number with the 10 digit Pilot Number (this is same number in your sip-ua portion of the router config).
This should be not used to ignore a valid security alert.
You might be connecting to a website that is pretending to be “facebook.com”, which could put your confidential information at risk. ” This can happen with almost any website, probably because of the ubiquitous Facebook “Like” and “Share” buttons found all over the web, which may lead users to see the certificate error when they’re somewhere completely different, like IMDB or NYTimes.
Again, you’ll want to confirm the certificate is valid yourself before doing anything else, but if you’re convinced this is a client side error (that is, you or someone you are troubleshooting Safari for), you can often resolve it with the methods detailed below.
The precise error message may read something like this, and appear on almost any site, where “URL” is a variety of domains: The certificate for this website is invalid.
You might be connecting to a website that is pretending to be “URL”, which could put your confidential information at risk. ” First, this may be a completely valid security warning, and you’ll want to click on the “Show Certificate” button to attempt to verify everything looks as it should yourself (the domain you are trying to visit is trusted, matches, etc).