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Date and Time are correct on system clock.
I restarted the device but nothing changed.
On other browsers (Firefox) i can see the page (Enter ID and PW).
I tried reaching the page on Maverics DP from my external HDD and it worked perfect.
I tried on cellural network and nothing changed (it still says the Secure Connection Thing)
I dont use proxy server to connect so i avoided this step.
In Safe Mode the problem Persists.
I changed the DNS Settings but nothing.
I have even done a clean install on my mac (about 20 days ago) and didnot load the settings from backup. I only loaded my libraries. wierd thing.
This problem really has only one solution. Do not use Safari.
I have been forced to use Google Chrome or Firefox when activating Glassfish on my server.
My server which I shall call mydomain.com.au has SSL certificates which work just fine in every browser when I use mydomain.com.au or www.mydomain.com.au or mydomain.com.au/myapp and in each case the https:// is prepended.
However for Glassfish I need to use the port number, like this: mydomain.com.au:9198 and the presence of the port numbers causes a real problem wirh Safari and a helpful warning from Chrome.
Chrome will warn me but let me proceed, which in this case is quite safe for me to do.
Safari locks me out and will never allow me through. So Safari is useless for this purpose.
I refer you to http://openradar.appspot.com/8696868 which is a thoughtful bug report now nearly 3 years old. This report states that Safari does not support RFC5746 (has broken SSL renegotiation)
The other browsers support RFC5746 but Safari users are locked out of certificate protected content on servers/directories requiring renegotiation.
In Safari - "Safari" -> "Reset Safari...", make sure "Remove All Website Data" is checked; click "Reset"
This should re-establish the "Show Certificate" dialog - so you can accept it and carry on.
It seems Safari really doesn't like it when its saved caches doesn't appear to match what the Web server is sending back :-)
There may be a way of just resetting that site; but the Cache.db and other files its uses are not trivial to manipulate.
Works in Safari 6.0.7 (Lion) to Safari 7.0.2 (Mavericks)
This one may surprise you: if you have autologin turned on for your account, turn it off.
Go to System Preferences, Users & Groups
Click Login Options at the bottom of the left pane
(Click the lock and enter admin credentials if necessary at this point to unlock the dialog)
In Automatic Login, select OFF