1.    12 Jul 2007 #1
    Robert Guest

    Hotmail/Yahoo certificate issues


    Just started yesterday after an automatic update. I cannot access either of
    these emails. It says the certificate is no longer valid and only allows me
    to close out the page. If i go into internet options, advanced security tab
    and uncheck the box by look for certification expired or whatever it will let
    me in but then automatically rechecks itself after closing out IE. Whats the
    deal??? this just started and the rest of my programs are fine
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  2.    20 Jul 2007 #2
    Brandon Guest

    RE: Hotmail/Yahoo certificate issues


    Robert, this just started happening to me as well and I was extremely
    frustrated until I realized it was right after I installed Symantec's Norton
    360! If this is the case for you (or possibly a different "flavor" of
    Symantec Security), Go to Tools > Manage Add Ons > Enable or Disable Add Ons.
    From there, you can then click "Publisher" to group the Symantec Add On's
    together and then Disable them. Close and Restart IE and...I hope this does
    the trick. I was pretty happy when it worked for me! I'm going to post this
    on all the threads that seem to have this problem because it seems to be
    pretty widespread and I can't believe there's such a problem with Microsoft
    IE & Symantec working together.

    "Robert" wrote:

    > Just started yesterday after an automatic update. I cannot access either of
    > these emails. It says the certificate is no longer valid and only allows me
    > to close out the page. If i go into internet options, advanced security tab
    > and uncheck the box by look for certification expired or whatever it will let
    > me in but then automatically rechecks itself after closing out IE. Whats the
    > deal??? this just started and the rest of my programs are fine

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  3.    22 Apr 2008 #3
    Dori Guest

    Re: Hotmail/Yahoo certificate issues



    I am sorry because I think I joined this group under false pretences!!
    Wasn't til I registered that I realised that it was 'Vista'. I am XP.
    However I have the same problem with Yahoo but I don't use Norton - I
    use Panda. Guess I just got it all wrong!!!


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  4.    22 Apr 2008 #4
    Dori Guest

    Re: Hotmail/Yahoo certificate issues



    Had a look around on the internet and found my answer. Someone had
    changed the time on my clock - changed it back and all is well!
    Bye . .


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