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Expired certificate notifications..over and over and over...

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#1 KateJ123


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Posted 13 July 2009 - 02:03 PM

I have a new vista laptop which is using firefox. I can't access almost any 'official' website without constantly getting 'secure connection failed' messages and then i have to go through this whole add exception thing that gets the certificate. I've never seen this on any computer i've had. i've tried turning off the security features in both firefox and on my computer but maybe i'm missing something because it keeps happening. pretty much any page that asks for a login is having this problem. is there any way to turn whatever feature this is OFF!? it's so annoying! i'm trying to pay my bills online here and it's taking me an hour because of this!

any help is appreciated!

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#2 DeathStalker


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Posted 13 July 2009 - 10:14 PM

You are using the latest release of Firefox aren't you? I've heard bad things about this one lol so I haven't updated yet. BUT........ I found an article from firefox that might help:

Secure Connection Failed.

Let em know if this works for you or not please. I'm still too chicken to jump to FF 3.5........

EDIT: I need to read my own links more carefully lol. The message you are getting is NOT for Firefox 3.5............

In case you did go to 3.5 or above: This Connection is untrusted.

Edited by DeathStalker, 13 July 2009 - 10:18 PM.

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