We have Sectigo Limited cert (used to be Comodo before) for the host that has all the index files that we are using for our web apps. That cert is valid till April next year.
Today, a couple of apps were submitted with SSL check giving from time to time an error: 'The SSL certificate used by your web app is invalid.' Although, that didn't happen all the time, and those apps were successfully submitted/approved.
However, we are trying to submit another app just now, and things went strange. Initially, we added new devices on that page, and tried to Save, but got the above error. After canceling and clicking Edit again, looks like those new devices were properly saved. However, we would like to also remove old Testing Instructions, but every time we touch those (delete all or part), we get the SSL check error.
Looking at our firewall settings, or apache logs, we actually don't see any hits from Amazon servers.
Contact Us case was created #: 7370613221
Just tried to add/remove devices, and the page saves without any problems on both adding and removing those (I did save few times).
However, after that, I only edited 'Testing Instructions,' and SSL check got triggered. Just adding one space causes that check to barf.
A week later, things are getting worst. We just entered a brand new app to the system, and the SSL checks barfs right away. Funny thing is that the whole SSL check is just a BS (not the test for SSL, but rather to weed out some of those that are not on the approved in 1945 list), as when you do your own Android/Cordova wrapping, you can just enter base HTTP (no need for HTTPS), or if you are responsible, any SSL cert you like (including free ones as well).
Just got a Contact Us reply that more developers are affected, plus that it is not just Sectigo/Comodo related, but other certs as well. Somehow, when https://roku.com was entered, the page was very, very happy.
"O Amazon, Amazon! wherefore art thou Amazon?"