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Type https in place of http in the URL to force a secured connection. Once in your facebook account go to your settings, go to security on the left side, make sure your browser is listed as a "trusted browser".
You launch your Web browser, but your homepage has changed. You type in a Web address, but the browser sends you to a site you\'re never heard of. Whenever you try to go to a new destination, it sends you right back, sometimes covering your screen in pop-up ads. If this sounds familiar, you\'ve got a serious problem on your hands. It\'s called browser hijacking, and it\'s something you need to fix right away. What is a Browser Hijacker? b> A browser hijacker is a type of computer virus that targets your Web browser. Some hijacking programs try to make you click on bogus pop-up ads that spawn incessantly. Others are purely malicious, designed only to cause trouble. Infected browsers sometimes redirect you to pornographic websites, while others may take you to fake search engines. Even if a site looks legitimate, if you didn\'t tell your browser to go there, don\'t click on anything. b> How Did I Get Hijacked? b> Browser hijackers disguise themselves in various ways. Pop-up ads are a common infection point for browser hijackers, which is why virtually all Web browsers come with aggressive pop-up blocking protection. Ads promising free electronics or large cash prizes are common sources of browser hijackers as well. Some hijackers hitch a ride on bogus software downloads or hyperlinks. In the future, don\'t download files from unknown sources, and don\'t click on any ads that sound too good to be true. Fake Security Software b> If your browser issues are accompanied by security pop-ups from a desktop security program, be careful. Some current browser hijackers masquerade as security software, as well as infecting your browser. These programs are particularly dangerous, as they often camouflage themselves to look like a legitimate software program. Use your common sense before clicking on a security alert. If the security program is not one that you have installed or that you have ever seen before, or if there are spelling errors within the alert, don\'t touch it. b> How To Get Rid of a Hijacker b> Browser hijackers can usually be sorted out by running a full system scan with your anti-virus software. Make sure that your anti-virus software is up to date before running your scan. Even after the virus is removed, you may need to reset some of your browser settings, particularly your homepage. If the browser hijacker made a mess of your settings, it may be faster for you to perform a clean reinstall of your browser software. http://www.microsoft.com/security/pc-security/antivirus-rogue.aspx
A YouTube account makes it possible to upload and share videos and to create customized pages. Creating a YouTube account is nearly effortless and requires only an email address, a password and a username. If you have different usernames and passwords for different websites, it can be easy to forget just what combination unlocks your YouTube account. Fortunately, you can recover your YouTube login information even if you can\'t remember your username. Hope this helps. http://www.youtube.com/forgot_username
Check your browser to see if the security settings are set too tight. I would recommend resetting security to the default setting. In Internet Explorer, this is done in the tools/internet options menu. Also, check your internet security software. The site you want may be set on a blacklist and not allowed to load. If all else fails, download Firefox or Chrome and use one of them as your browser.
You might try a different browser: Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and see if the results are the same. If it works with a different browser, then the problem is with the browser you normally use. Update it if possible or uninstall it and reinstall it. Update your Java and Flash apps as well.
You also might try disabling your security software, just to see if the problem remains. If it works, then the problem is likely security software related
Depend on your OS. If is Windows IE, some issues has found on this.
Try this : our version of Windows is either a 32-bit operating system or a 64-bit operating system. A 64-bit operating system can run both 32-bit applications and 64-bit applications.Your browser, such as Internet Explorer, is either a 32-bit application or a 64-bit application.
Flash Player works only with a browser that is a 32-bit application.
On a 32-bit operating system, your browser is always a 32-bit
application. However, on a 64-bit operating system, your browser is
either a 32-bit application or a 64-bit application. Make sure you are
using a 32-bit browser by following these instructions:
Windows with Internet Explorer
To make sure you are using a 32-bit version of Internet Explorer, follow these steps:
Internet Explorer's Help menu, select Help > About Internet
Explorer. (In some versions of Internet Explorer, select the question
mark in the upper right corner to select About Internet Explorer).
Windows with other browsers, such as Firefox, Google Chrome, or Opera
No official 64-bit version of these browsers is currently available on
64-bit Windows operating systems. Therefore, unless you are using a
test version of a browser (not typical), your browser is a 32-bit
application, and therefore, works with Flash Player. Continue to Determine the Flash Player version you installed, if any.
2. Determine the Flash Player version you installed, if any
Before you troubleshoot Flash Player installation, determine the
version of Flash Player you have installed, if any. You can see if it is
working and whether it is the latest version available for your
operating system. Follow these steps:
Note: The version number in this example might be different than the version you have installed.
If you have not successfully installed Flash Player, you will not see the image.
The same page http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about has
a table that shows the latest Flash Player version available for your
operating system (for example, Windows or Macintosh) and your browser
(for example, Internet Explorer or Firefox). If the version information
shown in step 1 does not match the latest version shown in the table,
upgrade to the latest version. To upgrade, continue to Uninstall previous versions of Flash Player.
Note:Internet Explorer uses a different Flash
Player than other browsers such as Firefox or Google Chrome. Therefore,
if you sometimes use Internet Explorer and sometimes use another
browser, you might have installed a different version of Flash Player
for Internet Explorer than for other browsers.
3. Uninstall previous versions of Flash Player
Before you install Flash Player for any Windows browser, uninstall
all previous Flash Player versions and restart your computer. Follow
Uninstall all previous Flash Player versions and restart your computer. For Flash Player uninstall instructions, see Uninstall Flash Player (TechNote tn_14157).
4. Verify Internet Explorer security and ActiveX settings (skip for other browsers)
Make sure that Internet Explorer security default level is set to
Medium. This level allows viewing ActiveX controls, such as Flash
Player. To set browser security to Medium, perform the following steps:
Open Internet Explorer.
Choose Tools > Internet Options.
Select the Security tab.
Select Trusted Sites zone.
Select the Default Level button. (If the Default Level button is dimmed, continue to the next step).
Move the slider until the security level is Medium.
It could be because of a security software. or a browser corruption.
First try to reset the browser (in case of internet explorer)
if you have mozilla try using that.
incase that doesnot work create a new user profile.
if all these do not work it is probably a security software issue.
Uninstall any security software on the computer and then check.
If I understand you correctly, you need to open a letter in a web browser and it is not opening automatically. If this is happening you have one of three problems; 1. You computer does not know how to open this type document. To fix this, right click the document and go to "OPEN" and then choose your web browser program you like ( Opera, Firefox, iExplorer, etc ). You can also click the small check box to allow this document to open these documents with a web browser, EVERYTIME in the future. 2. Your document is not valid to be opened by a web browser. In this case look up the extension of the document on the Internet and find a suitable program to open it. For example: ".doc or .xyz ) 3. If you web browser is working and refuses to open it, then it may be a security problem and you will have to change your setting in the browsers, security tab.
Hi, In mozilla firefox browser, 1. go to tools->option->security. 2. select the option 'remember passwords for sites' 3. now restart firefox browser. 4. visit those sites. and go to tools->option->security and click on 'saved passwords' button to view all saved passwords.