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Internet Explorer Certificate errors

Someone downloaded kazaa on a family computer and we pais 100 bucks to aa guy to remove it and now we cannot get on to some sites on the internet because of certificate errors. Although we have used these sites many times in the past


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    Hi,
    you can try this solution
    please check wheather your system date and time are correct and they are showing current date and time ,,try this

    1. Open Internet Explorer and click Tools , Internet Options , and then click the Security tab.
    2. Select Trusted Sites , and then click the Default Level button.
    3. Click the Advanced tab and scroll to the Security Options section.
    4. Select Use SSL 2.0 and Use SSL 3.0 if they are not already selected.
    5. Click the Content tab.
    6. Click the Clear SSL State button, and then click OK . You should now be able to view secure Web sites if you had to make any selection. Browse to a secure Web page to make sure. If you still cannot access the page, use the remaining steps to resolve the problem.
    7. If you are using IE 7, temporarily disable the built-in phishing filter, using the following steps:
    8. Open IE 7.
    9. Click Tools , select Phishing Filter , and then select Turn Off Automatic Website Checking .
    10. Go to the Website and try again thanks little_angel

    Posted on May 20, 2008

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