The eogn.com web site has been plagued with certificate errors in recent weeks. Any attempt to read the Plus Edition online or to subscribe to the Plus Edition or to renew an existing subscription was met with an “SSL certificate error” message. The root cause was an expired SSL certificate. I obtained a new certificate but could not get it to work. The hosting service wasn't much help; they never got it to work either.
I fired that hosting service.
The www.eogn.com pages have been moved to a new web server. This newsletter is now running on a dedicated server; I do not share this server with anyone else. The new certificate works perfectly on the new hosting service. I don't believe you will see any more certificate errors.
Along the way, the Plus Edition pages have been completely re-designed and are actually hosted on still another server. I hope you like the new “look and feel” of the Plus Edition subscribers' pages. They may change just a bit more as I learn to use a new interface. To see the new pages, go to http://plus.eogn.com and enter your e-mail address and password.
Note: The old Plus Edition pages asked for a user name. That has now been replaced; you enter the e-mail address you used when subscribing. The password remains the same as before. If you do not remember your password, there is a provision to have it sent to you in e-mail within seconds. Simply go to the same place (http://plus.eogn.com) and click on “Forgot password.”
I have tested the new pages quite a bit but may have overlooked something. If you see a “broken link” or other problem, please report it.
- Dick Eastman