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Windows 7: IE8 & Firefox Certificate error

14 Jul 2009   #1
junkieweb

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IE8 & Firefox Certificate error

Hi,

Everytime I try to login to my paypal account ... a certificate error messege appears in both firefox & IE8 ... what should I do???


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14 Jul 2009   #2
dmex

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by junkieweb View Post
Hi,

Everytime I try to login to my paypal account ... a certificate error messege appears in both firefox & IE8 ... what should I do???
Hi Junkieweb,

Can you provide a screenshot of the error and certificate window from both IE and FX? Its hard to know what the real issue is without more information or without seeing the actual error

Steven
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