Let me start by saying that lately my bank website, Norton Safesearch and even your website appear to have replaced their secure certificates with outdated or insufficient security. Usually in these cases the https in the address bar is crossed out or has a yellow ! triangle. If you click on that triangle or crossed out space you will see a grey box that says "your connection to this site is not private". My connection is a private home network as opposed to public. It used to say "you have not visited this site before today" but that phrase is no longer there. Of course I've gone to these sites before. In the grey box there is a tab titled 'connections'. Click on that and it says '! The identity of this website has not been verified' and '! Your connection to www.xxxxxxx.com is not encrypted'. These sites normally have the green bar in the address bar indicating a secure connection. Clicking on the green bar will give you the same grey box, only this time it says "Your connection to this site is private" and it will tell you 'the identity of this site has been verified by [name of certificate]. Valid Certificate Transparency supplied by the server'. It will say 'your connection is encrypted using an obsolete cipher suite, or [...encrypted using a modern cipher suite]. Both are followed by specific connection and encryption information, i.e. TLS 1.2.
Now let me get to the brass tacks. I have been to bleepingcomputer.com at least 3 times trying to get the right information to the right people. Can I please talk to someone who knows what a "man in the middle" vulnerability is??? Because it seems no one knows what it is except some people on computerworld.com and some other tech sites and forums. And me. I've been reading about this for several months but have been having problems for about 2 years. No one seems to know "what's wrong" with my computer. The answer seems to be "nothing". I've seen 2 local computer repair shops who all claim I am cured. I've reset and refreshed several times. I've gone through the battery of scans and cleaners and repairs with your techs, never really understanding what all those logs are telling us. (last month I worked for weeks with a tech on your site, had long logs and reports and was told to do more scans etc. Things got better for 7-10 days before this security issue began again, along with several other recurring problems-now these same scans are generating very short nondescript logs/reports if any). I have sent many screen shots of strange activity. I don't really know if anyone looked at them.
Let's stop here and see where this takes us rather than me writing a book on the subject of my computer woes needlessly. I would like to refer you to this website article that I read, the most information like mine that I have seen except my problems did not start out with the programs these did. I've never heard of these. So ask as many questions as you like, I'll give you whatever information I have. I'm soooo tired of this!!!