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Certificate erros what web site would i downolad for free to fix my prombles everytime i log on cragi'slist or a another web site this pops uo certificate erros plz help me im going crazy thank you tracy

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    Austin Evans May 11, 2010

    What internet browser are you using? If you are using Internet Explorer, try switching to firefox, and see if that helps.

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The web browser certificate checking is too strict. You need to set it to prompt on untrusted site. Craig's list doesn't spend gobs of money on trusted authority certificates. They probably make their own. If you browser is set to reject untrusted certificates, you won't have a chance to make an exception. If the browser is set to prompt for untrusted certificates, then you get a little box that pops up, and you can accept the certificate for Craig's list.

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