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n71dj On July 16, 2008




Dahlonega,
#1New Post! Jul 15, 2008 @ 16:06:31
I operate four computers plus a Notebook at three locations. Three of these computers will access secure sites and one, plus the Notebook will not log on to any site that has https as the Domain.

I have searched the Web and found sites that claim a fix but none has solved my problem. Does anyone have a solution?

On the Notebook there is a ? on the Phishing filter.

Would appreciate some help on this.
MonkeyMadness On April 08, 2015
Lord of your mum





Big Tree, United Kingdom
#2New Post! Jul 15, 2008 @ 16:10:06
Are they all running the same browser?
n71dj On July 16, 2008




Dahlonega,
#3New Post! Jul 15, 2008 @ 17:33:42
Yes, They are all on Explorer 7. I have tried switching to FireFox and that made no difference.

I have seen a number of postings where others have had a similar problem but no solutions.
MonkeyMadness On April 08, 2015
Lord of your mum





Big Tree, United Kingdom
#4New Post! Jul 15, 2008 @ 17:38:12
I can only think it is an encyrption problem but I dont know where to start.
Delta62 On August 10, 2019
Natural asshole





manchester, United Kingdom
#5New Post! Jul 15, 2008 @ 19:28:05
i see http at the start off TFS address whats that about?
MonkeyMadness On April 08, 2015
Lord of your mum





Big Tree, United Kingdom
#6New Post! Jul 15, 2008 @ 22:03:25
@delta62 Said
i see http at the start off TFS address whats that about?


https is a secure server, 'tis what the 's' is for.
kentoo On October 26, 2010




Salmon Arm, Canada
#7New Post! Jul 15, 2008 @ 22:50:47
@n71dj Said
I operate four computers plus a Notebook at three locations. Three of these computers will access secure sites and one, plus the Notebook will not log on to any site that has https as the Domain.

I have searched the Web and found sites that claim a fix but none has solved my problem. Does anyone have a solution?

On the Notebook there is a ? on the Phishing filter.

Would appreciate some help on this.

What operating system is running your notebook?
Perform a clean boot and try accessing the website. If you can access the sites after a clean boot ... your problem lies with the applications that you disabled to perform the clean boot
tennie On August 02, 2009




roanoke, Virginia
#8New Post! Aug 02, 2009 @ 16:16:28
you have a trojan virus
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