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FireFox is saying Error code: sec_error_ocsp_invalid_signing_cert when nothings wrong

The site in quetion is Fanfiction.net I have no clue how to fix this. The site is not broken in anyway and the admin says it only me... Does anyone know what I can do? Im sick and tired of waiting.

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This happens from time to time with certain websites and Firefox. Usually it is only temporary and the error due to certificates signing eventually clears up. In the meantime use a different browser. I had the same issue before with Firefox and netgear.com, had to use Chrome but eventually I was able to access the site with Firefox again.

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SOURCE: firefox eroors

This is, as you noticed, because SSL is disabled. To enable it, click the menu Tools->Options, navigate to Advanced tab and then navigate to Encryption tab and tick the SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.0 checkboxes.
Then, restart firefox to make sure changes are saved

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SOURCE: everytime I open firefox browser

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Let me know how this works for you. If you're still having issues, post a response and I'll keep working at it. Having to reinstall Windows is a possibility if this does not work. Best of luck to you!

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