Argo - Extended Edition (Blu-ray SteelBook) (HDzeta Exclusive) [China]

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Release date: September 12th, 2017
Purchase link: Full Slip - Lenticular - Boxset
Price: boxset---89.99 USD,single edition---34.99 USD
Note: WEA steelbook, 2 BD discs and 4K UHD
Pre-order date at 22th AM 10:00 EST USA,GB at same time

Lenti A

Fullslip


4K UHD Lenti(only for boxset)

Special Pack(only for boxset)

Boxset
 
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@wxlinkswd
Would you please be so kind and respond to my PM? I'm still waiting for an answer (and, needless to say, the replacement)...
 

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Thanks @wxlinkswd for sending a mint replacement steelbook and (lenti) slip:

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I guess I'll fix the full slip myself. The damage wasn't too bad.
 
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This is still in stock at HDZeta site right? can someone reassure me that buying from the site is safe? Never heard of payease and crome flags it as unsafe (or is it chrome being overzealous?)
 

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This is still in stock at HDZeta site right? can someone reassure me that buying from the site is safe? Never heard of payease and crome flags it as unsafe (or is it chrome being overzealous?)
I'm not aware of any security issues with Payease site itself.

The problem is that Payease are using a (Symantec issued) security certificate that is no longer trusted by Chrome (and Firefox).

That means that if you use Chrome (or Firefox) to make a purchase from the HDzeta store, the connection between your browser and Payease site is not encrypted. It means that any text you enter, e.g., credit card details, can potentially be read by third parties who are able to monitor the traffic.

This situation will not change when using Chrome and Firefox until Payease gets a new security certificate and based on information received from Payease by HDzeta, it's not going to happen until Payease's current certificate expires (April 8, 2019).

At least MS Internet Explorer (and presumably Edge) accepts Payease's certificate and will establish a secure connection.

Bloomberg's overview of Payease:
PayEase (Beijing) Technology Ltd. provides Internet-based payment related services. The company offers research and provision of Internet-based data, products, services, and technology system for electronic payments. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Beijing, China. PayEase (Beijing) Technology Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of PayEase, Inc.
 
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I'm not aware of any security issues with Payease site itself.

The problem is that Payease are using a (Symantec issued) security certificate that is no longer trusted by Chrome (and Firefox).

That means that if you use Chrome (or Firefox) to make a purchase from the HDzeta store, the connection between your browser and Payease site is not encrypted. It means that any text you enter, e.g., credit card details, can potentially be read by third parties who are able to monitor the traffic.

This situation will not change when using Chrome and Firefox until Payease gets a new security certificate and based on information received from Payease by HDzeta, it's not going to happen until Payease's current certificate expires (April 8, 2019).

At least MS Internet Explorer (and presumably Edge) accepts Payease's certificate and will establish a secure connection.

Bloomberg's overview of Payease:
Cheers @Ranavalone very helpful I did as suggested and did the transaction through Edge and sure enough it was crittographed so all is well thank you once more for your help most kind!
 

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I'm not aware of any security issues with Payease site itself.

The problem is that Payease are using a (Symantec issued) security certificate that is no longer trusted by Chrome (and Firefox).

That means that if you use Chrome (or Firefox) to make a purchase from the HDzeta store, the connection between your browser and Payease site is not encrypted. It means that any text you enter, e.g., credit card details, can potentially be read by third parties who are able to monitor the traffic.

This situation will not change when using Chrome and Firefox until Payease gets a new security certificate and based on information received from Payease by HDzeta, it's not going to happen until Payease's current certificate expires (April 8, 2019).

At least MS Internet Explorer (and presumably Edge) accepts Payease's certificate and will establish a secure connection.

Bloomberg's overview of Payease:
does it really mean its not encrypted? in my understanding it is encrypted only that the browser doesnt "guarantee for"/"verify" the encryption
 

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does it really mean its not encrypted? in my understanding it is encrypted only that the browser doesnt "guarantee for"/"verify" the encryption
It does. When the browser is not using HTTPS protocol, because it's not accepting the remote site's security certificate, the traffic is not encrypted.