Igor's Blog
Programming, DIY, Games, Hacks, and Tech

Update: Looks like two days after this issue started happening, it has finally been resolved.

The Coke Rewards Rewards site seems to be down due to an expired certificate. The issue hasn't been resolved in at least that past 12 hours. I've run the Symantec SSL toolkit on the domain and as expected it reports the same error as Safari. The certificate expired on 2015-Jan-17 17:16:16 GMT.

This is not the first time I've noticed a large corporation failing to keep it's SSL certificates in check. Last year, Oracle's Support website experienced a similar issue.

The interesting thing with the Coke Rewards site is the expired certificate breaks the website from rendering properly as resources are accessed over SSL.

Here's what the site looks like now:

That is a result of CSS, Image and JavaScript resources not loading:

The issue seems to extend further with the .com domain showing a 404 error:
404 Not Found
Code: NoSuchBucket
Message: The specified bucket does not exist
BucketName: www.cokerewards.com
RequestId: 16215BCCAD3B7A6E
HostId: /HVWW2ByXq7M3fHpeFv+FORlaJSt1K97ne/kvvOrpBPultJ4bvP9IwmCDpAqOXanI4ToujtbJBU=

This is what the Symantec SSL toolkit reports about the domain:

Given this issue happened after hours and over the weekend, I'd expect the website to be back up and running properly on Monday, however this, to me at least, seems like an issue that should not have happened in the first place.


comments powered by Disqus
Other posts you may like...

Recent Blog Posts

A hack to create an uber jar with the Maven Shade Plugin using local jar files

Is it worth it? Apple USB-C Digital Multi AV adapter vs a cheap eBay clone

Running X11 graphical applications after changing to another user using 'sudo su'

How to stop Facebook using ad images as post sharing thumbnails

Picking lists for Atari Lynx capacitor replacement kits

Performance - 2012 Retina MacBook Pro vs 2017 MacBook Pro

Look and feel - 2012 Retina MacBook Pro vs 2017 MacBook Pro

Using math to work out the diameter of hard to reach water cooling pipes

How to get the unreachable shard in the Hinterlands in DragonAge Inquisition

Measy RC12 wireless 2.4Ghz keyboard touchpad review

Recent Galleries

Monument Valley 2 is released and does not disappoint

Space Food - Chocolate Ice Cream with Chocolate Chips

Legeod Star Wars AT-DP kit

DIY spare parts computer build with a RAIDMAX Anura case

Fake 'Lepin' brand Lego packaging

Hardwood garden bench with clear resin void filler

Fixing a 3D printer extruder that stopped heating up

Easily increase disk space in a Lenovo Ideapad 100S 14" laptop with an M.2 SSD

Making a multi-piece 3D printed solder spool holder stand

DIY indoor apartment grow light wiring

My Other Web Sites

Igor and Elise's Travels
Riverside Expressway Cam
300 George St Blogumentary

My Online Tools

UUID to OID Converter
Guru JSON-RPC Tester
Extrudifier Object Designer
Travel ┬ÁBlog

Blogs and Friends

Matt Moores Blog
Georgi's FlatPress Guide
Perplexing Permutations
The Security Sleuth
Ilia Rogatchevski
Travelling Fairy

Blog Activity

Blog Activity
Don't forget to
me for more great articles!
Don't show this again