Question about Computers & Internet
I was advised by Fixya to use http instead of https to sign into Facebook as I am having a problem playing my favourite game. The games url changes to just puzzled hearts and tells me that the site is not encrypted and that it is my connection that is insecure. This is kind of scrambled, I hope that I have explained myself clearly enough. I can reiterate if you do not understand. Thanks.
To change your secure browsing (https) setting on facebook:
Posted on Feb 13, 2014
Try another browser like Firefox or Google Chrome. You can get them INSTALLED at www.ninite.com. Just choose the browser or Browsers that you would like to try and then click INSTALL at the bottom of the page.
You might also download Combofix at http://download.bleepingcomputer.com/dl/6f63d3a6b48a6c8f6a0f9c7926e71db2/54ee0104/windows/security/anti-virus/c/combofix/ComboFix.exe
Run it and check for infections.
Posted on Feb 25, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You shouldn't be accessing facebook through HTTPS. Try adding facebook to your trusted zones by clicking "Tools", "Internet Options", select the "Security" tab, click on "Trusted Sites" with the green check mark, type in "*.facebook.com" without the quotes and uncheck the box toward the bottom of the dialog. Now click add and you should see *.facebook.com in the list. Click "Close". Now click on the "Privacy" tab, and move the slider down to "Accept all cookies" Click "Apply" then "OK". Try facebook again.
Let me know if this works! :)
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Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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