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Xml.freecause.com:443 keeps popping up when I open my browser. i reinstalled, made sure date & time were right. Any suggestions?

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Hi yes open firefox/go to tools/then option/check home page is default to www.google.com..shut down firefox /then reopen this should have cleared your problem.

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Xml.freecause.com:443 - pop up says certificate is expired but I don't understand what certificate it is referring to. I tried system restore (didn't work); tried removing and reinstalling firefox...


The problem is probably with the site, not your computer. Websites that provide secure connections (as I assume the one you are having problems with does since it specifies port 443) are issued a certificate by a signing authority, such as VeriSign. These certificates are only valid for a limited amount of time, after which they expire. That is why rolling the date back can solve these problems (or cause them). You should contact the web master and get them to update their certificate.

In Windows, you can add an exception for an expired certificate by going to Tools > Options, selecting the Advanced Tab, clicking the View Certificates button, selecting the Server tab, and then clicking the Add Exception Button.

If that sounds like a pain in the ***, its because its not meant to be a casual affair. People shouldn't get in the habit of ignoring security certificate problems.

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I keep getting Xml.freecause.com:443 and can't close it out already uninstalled and reinstalled what do i do


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.

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Hi, hillbilybaby..first, check the system date of your computer, then check your firefox add-ons. An add-on might be causing this problem. Try to disable add-ons one a time till you find which add on is messing with Firefox
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Aug 22, 2011 ... xml.freecause.com:443 keeps popping up when.


Try disabling or uninstalling any new toolbars or plug-ins that you may have added recently. Enable them one at a time and see if you can figure out which one is causing the error.

Once you know, you should uninstall or disable it.

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Everytime I open firefox browser I get an error that reads xml.freecause.com:443 uses an invalid securitycertificate. I uninstalled and reinstalled firefox. still recieving error. I changed my default...


Try this to remove Freecause Toolbar:
1.) In Internet Explorer, click on tools, add-ons, and click uninstall on the causes toolbar. 2.) On the search box, there is a dropdown menu which says manage search engines, click that and remove causes, 3.) You may also have to do this step: type about:config into your URL browser, click the I will be careful. Type in keyword.url and right click and reset it. 4.) Set your Internet Explorer homepage back to whatever you want it to be.
Let me know how this works for you. If you're still having issues, post a response and I'll keep working at it. Having to reinstall Windows is a possibility if this does not work. Best of luck to you!

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I uninstalled and reinstalled mozilla and I am still see this same error message xml.freecause.com:443


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Xml.freecause.com:443 This pops up whenever i tried to access to any webpages. And states some security problem. Has anyone come across this problem/?


try reinstalling firefox and leave installation settings default if not how long has it been doing this maby system restore

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