I've looked into this a bit further, and it looks like the
problem might be on Fifth Third's server. They seem to have updated
a certificate and done so incorrectly. Hopefully they will resolve
this soon. It would probably be a good idea to contact them and ask
about this issue as well.
I'm having this problem, too, on 3 accounts at 5/3, checking,
savings, and credit. Problem is, I've tried calling their cust
service before and they act like I'm speaking swahili when I try to
explain that I'm using MoneyDance; if it isn't Quicken or MS Money
they simply say they don't support my software. Is there any way
MoneyDance can work around their cert problems?
It depends on how lenient those tools are with respect to
accepting SSL certificates; they could, in theory, accept it
because the domain (53.com) is the same. The problem is that
banking.53.com is using a certificate created for www.53.com, which isn't technically
correct. I hope you're right, because I suspect having Quicken
problems is the only way we're going to get 5/3 to notice and fix
the problem quickly.
@voliverio - that would be awesome! The right person can likely
fix this quicly; I've fixed this exact mistake before on a live
site, it's just a matter of finding the right person who has the
authority to do it (no easy task in a bank, unfortunately).