I had a look at your new online repair website today: https://nokia.ebuilder.com/auto/repair
First, I tried to look using Firefox nightly on Android but it showed the site as distrusted. This is because it uses a certificate by Thawte which is due to become untrusted by both Google and Mozilla in the next few months: https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2018/10/16/how-chrome-and-firefox-could-ruin-your-online-business-this-month/
The website currently works on Firefox standard release on desktop, but I don't know about other browsers. It would be wise to get the certificate for this website replaced immediately.
The certificate were set to expire 13. December 2018 and is now replaced with a certificate from DigiCert Inc. that is valid until 2020.
- It should work without alerts now?
(I wonder how HMD's new repair option will affect my European warranty terms in the future, but that's another story!)
@Hans, thanks for the update. The certificate has been updated so there should no longer be any problems.
Yes, the repair option is interestingly not very well explained at all!