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Internet explorer security certiiiiiificate

Hi2 any1.i go to internet explorer and it says website security cert expired or not valid do not recomend you carry on to site as some1 may try to obtain security imfo .been using today been fine untill now .iam wi th sky broadband help me please.stephen

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    Eric Smale May 11, 2010

    Which website is in question? There are websites that let their security certs expire. Please elaborate.

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