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Certified from Java not present

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 09:18 AM

Hello Guys and Ladies,

Here a message from the Netherlands: Since this noon get I when I start up my pc and I am in Windows7, the message on my desktop when I start up IE9, certified from Java is not present, would you follow your way or.....
My question now: What must I to do.?
Is there a problem with the Java site or do I have vulnerable on my drive?
Must I maybe download a new Java version, if so, which when?
Do I may your advice in this, please?.
Thank you.

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 04:01 PM

Google translate of my question to Dutch:

Bent u in staat om een screenshot van de java bericht te plaatsen?

In English:

Are you able to post a screenshot of the java message?

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 04:56 PM

Hi Animal,

At first must I say that Google translate the languages very good, in the past did I grumble to Google, because many words did they wrong, now finally is the translation better, sometimes must I take my English dictionary for control and it is correct.

Now my answer on your question or it is possible for me or I can entering the message.
Well I would to do this, but I don't know how I must to do this.
Because I don't see a button for add attache.
But I have translate the message with a little help from Google.
Here is the translation:

There is no information over the withdrawal of the security certificate
for this website present. Do you want go further?

Than when I press the button appears Certificate get I the Certificate details from Java with the date from begin 11-01-2012 to the end 11-01-2013 .

This is weird, when I see this sort things, than do I not know what I must to do.

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