The Information Security logo has been replaced by the Server Fault one in all of the three top left drop down menus:

Screenshot of achievements drop down, with Server Fault logo.

The Server Fault logo seems to be the default blue box that is used for sites in beta. I suspect someone is already on this, and fixing it, but in case not I thought I should leave a note here.

EDIT: Since apparently this doesn't happen to everybody, here is some more info. I have tried on different devices on different networks (but all in the same country). I have refreched multiple times, and cleared the cache. The issue still persists. (Perhaps it is local to a specific CDN exit node? I have only tried from Sweden.)

And apparently our logo is not the only one messed up:

Screenshot of multiple sites with wrong logo.

  • Weird! What happens if you hit refresh? (Btw fwiw I don't see this behavior, but then I don't have any SF notifications... )
    – AviD Mod
    Commented Aug 24, 2016 at 10:39
  • @AviD I'm not even a member of server fault. All of the notifications above are from IS. Added some more info in an edit.
    – Anders
    Commented Aug 24, 2016 at 10:50
  • Looks fine to me i.sstatic.net/Uf3kV.png (that's our developer smoke test message, before you ask) - I expect this is just a CDN/cache glitch; if you do a hard refresh, does it go away? Commented Aug 24, 2016 at 10:55
  • marking complete; looks like Adam already gave it a kick Commented Aug 24, 2016 at 10:57
  • @MarcGravell The issue still persists for me, and according to comments on Meta.SE it does so for others. But I guess it is better to take it over there, so please do mark this as complete. Thanks!
    – Anders
    Commented Aug 24, 2016 at 10:58

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I checked Stack Exchange Meta, and the problem has an explanation there: Site icons jumbled up

The problem is fixed now, at least for me. I had to clear the cache to get the right ones back, though. So if the problem persists for you, try that. So case closed, I guess.

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