Cannot connect to the real torproject.org
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You can try running:
$ openssl s_client -connect blog.torproject.org:443 -showcerts > /tmp/log
to get the certificates that are coming back. You can copy and paste a "-----BEGIN CERTFICIATE-----" ... "-----END CERTIFICATE-----" block into `openssl x509 -text -noout` to get a dump.
I would guess that it's a self-signed certificate fronting a "sorry, this site is blocked" page.
Seriously? It's not _perfectly_ clear who I'm talking about?