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This is a security setting in your browser, look in your browsers menu for Tools >> Options >> security tab. its set in there to "always check for certificate", try to set it back to defaults using the "default level" button. Its really not much of a security issue, but definitely can be annoying. Hope that helps you
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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