This appeared on Firefox after I went to our RX refill site--wellpointnextrx.com. I had no problem on the site. It just came up afterward. I will not leave for more than a few seconds when I click OK or X. It is not there if I go out of Firefox and change to IE7 but I prefer Firefox---normally. Help!!
You can also go into Tools - Options - Advanced - Encryption - and then click on "View certificates". Find "GeoTrust SSL CA". Click on it and then click edit. Then check the first box that says "Can identify websites". Should take care of the problem.
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Re: Error message #443 in Firefox
Ack! Watch out- I tried to go to the same site using firefox on my machine and the security feature stopped me from doing so by saying that it is a suspicious site with invalid security certificates. The error message is a fake- go ahead and update to the newest firefox (which I love as well) at mozilla.com
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This likely is a problem with an add-on or a tool bar.
1.Start Firefox in Safe Mode- Hold shift while starting Firefox. If prompted select Continue in Safe Mode.
2. If Firefox starts in Safe Mode, select Tools>Add Ons
3. Select Extensions on the left side. This will give you a list of your extensions.
4. Pick one extension and click disable.
5. Now close Firefox and open it normally. If you dont get the error, you know which one was giving you trouble. You should remove that extension or check for updates.
6. If you get the error again, start from step 1 and choose a different extension each time.
Notes: A: If somehow you get the errors in Safe Mode you can click cancel on the popups until you are able to continue OR you can set the date back on your computer by a day or two.
B: Toolbars that track airline miles and Gamersunite snagbar have been known to cause this error.
I hope this helps.
When you reinstalled firefox, did you also remove add-ons and toolbars? If not, try disabling any new plugins or toolbars you have recently installed and then enable them one-by-one to figure out which is causing the error.
I started getting the same message/problem when I upgraded Firefox to the latest version. I went to google and searched Firefox - until I found another version 3.5. I installed 3.5 and have had no problem since.