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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


  • Please Help i cant browse some site's like yahooMail and friendster. it said that my certificate was expired. what should i do to fix it?

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    • alberto_mont Dec 25, 2008

      some time when i enter a web site the secerity errors page appers all the time how do you fix that.

    • maae4000 Dec 31, 2008

      when i open som web pages appeare this(Internet Explorer Certificate errors problem)

    • Anonymous Jan 03, 2009

      i cant even download the new itunes from apple.com/ituunes/download

      wtf??

      getting certification errors!

    • Anonymous Jan 14, 2009

      I cant open my e-mail or even some sites getting certificates erros.

      how can I get the solution for this error ??

    • wasu321 Jan 28, 2009

      The security certificate presented by the websitr has expired or is not yet valid? How do i get the anser?



    • Anonymous May 14, 2009

      when i try to get to myspace or my msn i can't it showme the web certificate it expire. how can i fix this even change to mozila fox it stil doin that

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    Make sure the date and time on your computer is correct. You can try changing the setting in your internet explorer but I would personally recommend a completely different browser. My personal favorite is Mozilla firefox.

    http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/

    You could also reset the internet explorer back to defaults.

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    Thaks a lot im glad we have people or some what ever you are to help me thanks a lot.

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