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A security certificate is just the websites seal of safe browsing so to speak. It's like their validation document to say their website is protected and safe and they are responsible for the content on the page. These certificates expire every 90 days or so and must be renewed by the webmaster. Sometimes they fall behind.
You can adjust your settings so you won't be notified.
If you click on tools, then internet options, on the security tab, lower your meter to medium. Same on the privacy tab. Then in advanced tab make sure Use SSL3.0 is checked and not 2.0. On content tab hit clear ssl state. You should be fine now.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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