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When I type in my browser www.ebay.com it goes to the home page. When I hit the sign in page it says: problem with website security certificate. the security presented by this website has expired or is not yet valid. security certificate problems may indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any data you send to the server. we recommend to close the website, continue(not recommended) and more ihfo. It wont left me get on

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1. try using this address https://signin.ebay.com
2. check you system date, if it's not right than your browser would think that the security certificate is expired
3. i recommend updating your browser and/or using the latest Mozilla Firefox browser http://firefox.com/

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