10/04/2015 19:55:23.254 GarageSale: -[IHEbayConnector sendRequestString:verb:] ‘GetMyeBaySelling’ returned error: The certificate for this server is invalid. You might be connecting to a server that is pretending to be “api.ebay.com” which could put your confidential information at risk. (data length: 0)
10/04/2015 19:55:23.254 GarageSale: Error in GetMyeBaySellingOperation (null): A network error occurred while trying to connect to the eBay server. Please check your internet connection and try again.
10/04/2015 19:59:03.362 GarageSale: -[IHEbayConnector sendRequestString:verb:] ‘RelistItem’ returned error: The certificate for this server is invalid. You might be connecting to a server that is pretending to be “api.ebay.com” which could put your confidential information at risk. (data length: 0)
I have the same problem, I can’t revise etc. my listings, and I downloaded the OS X update yesterday.
When I click on the icon in front of the suggested api.ebay.com, I don’t have or see an option to “trust”.
I did get a message about insecure something… …yesterday…but not that technical as some of you!!!
It’s driving me mad, has anyone got any solutions or suggestions?
I am getting a message that my connection is not private when i go into api.ebay.com
I also get this message from ebay
and it also tells me that the Certificate was signed by an untrusted user on Google–similar result on Safari
The main thing is i don’t have an option/ check box to tick “always Trust”, and the earlier screenshot shows
Is there another way to make it trust the site? Tried uploading a screenshot but file is too large
I have to thank Kristian as what he suggested worked for me, what I found was I had to end safari and restart it and then type https://api.ebay.com use trust always as directed. I then restarted Safari again and its fixed. I am using the 6.9.3 version of Garage Sale. This all started for me after Mediacom Cable went down by me in Northern IL. after the Tornado. Anyway, I thank you guys for the info…
I now have the option to “always trust” checkbox above certificate, by going to https://api.ebay.com (which I strangely didn’t have yesterday?) but after restart of latest 41b version, I still the same message ("a network error…etc.)
this error is a known issue caused by Apple’s latest security update.
The issue is fixed in the latest version of GarageSale 6.9.5 which requires Mac OS X 10.9 or 10.10.
It seems you’re using an older version of GarageSale.
You have to click on the lock icon in Safari’s address bar next to “api.eBay.com” and set it to “Always trust” as described in our blog. It might be needed to restart Safari as well.
However, it’s strange that you get that error with GarageSale 6.9.7. Maybe it’s a different issue.
Could you post a screenshot of the error and describe when exactly the error appears? (what exactly are you doing?)
Also, you might want to check if you can reproduce the error with the latest beta version of the upcoming GarageSale 7 available here:
Thank you for the screenshot.
It’s a different eBay error than the one discussed in this thread initially.
There seems to be an issue with the upload to eBay’s image server. Often this is just a temporary issue with their servers so it should work at a later time without issues.
If not, maybe something is blocking the connection, e.g. a Firewall, proxy server settings or tools like Kaspersky, LittleSnitch, MacKeeper, HandsOff, cisco anyconnect, GlimmerBlocker or any other AdBlocker.
Does it work if you switch to GarageSale’s free image service in the GarageSale preferences>Image Server?