We have been using https://ows.terrestris.de/osm for base maps. This was working great until this past Friday when the certificate for the site expired. If you key in the above URL in a browser then you can see this.

I sent an email to the info email contact address on http://ows.terrestris.de/osm about this but have received no response yet.

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Is this question related to OpenStreetMap in any way?

(19 Jan '16, 12:29) SomeoneElse ♦

Sorry but I am a newbie here. It appears that terrestris is an OSM provider.

Can someone suggest a OSM provider which supports HTTPS?

(19 Jan '16, 12:46) trailway
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Lots of people use OpenStreetMap data to create maps from - the main project isn't responsible for these websites, just as it isn't responsible if an OSM-based map on a wall outside my local supermarket falls on the floor.

There is a huge number of OSM based maps - there's a long list of some of the companies at http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Commercial_OSM_Software_and_Services . Most if not all will support https. Which one is right for you rather depends on what you want and how much you are willing to pay for it.

(19 Jan '16, 12:51) SomeoneElse ♦

Thanks SomeoneElse. Looks like have to do some research.

(19 Jan '16, 13:45) trailway
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their certificate is now (at least the one I get presented) is now valid (for 1 year) from 20 Jan 2016 10:15:34 GMT. Should work again.

(21 Jan '16, 20:46) aseerel4c26 ♦

The question has been closed for the following reason "Problem is outdated and solved (see comments)" by aseerel4c26 21 Jan '16, 20:47

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