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28/01/2015
Original Poster
Carlos Patterson

rcam.target.com not working only when using chrom

40.0.2214.91 

it displays the following:

Your connection is not private
attackers might be trying to steal your information from rcam.target.com (for example passwords, messages or credit cards)

There is no issue when using Safari or FireFox

Thanks
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Google user
28/01/2015
Google user
Hi Carlos,

Thanks for posting in the Chrome forum. Please take a look at this thread and let me know if helps:


Best,
Tai
28/01/2015
Original Poster
Carlos Patterson
i have rebooted, checked time and year, incognito mode, reset chrome settings, nothing works.

it seems whenever i go to target.com/manage my red card, which is a link to rcam.target.com it fails incognito mode

please have a look at screen shot
Google user
29/01/2015
Google user
Hi Carlos,

Can you make sure the date and time on your computer are correct? Also please check your router settings. Power cycling your router might help, otherwise try a hard reset.

Best,
Tai
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