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Started by rwbubba, 04/20/2010 08:40AM
Posted 04/20/2010 08:40AM Opening Post
I know of the "updating" of Astromart website.

This message is only to assist in the changes that are being made to improve the site.

The problem I started having today was a security pop-up with EVERY left click of the mouse at the website.

The message is... "Internet Explorer has blocked this website from displaying content with security certificate errors".

-"Some content on the webpage was being delivered using a faulty certificate. Security certificate problems might indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any information you send to the website or server. You can click the Information bar to display the content (not recommended). For more information on certificate errors, click the Information bar, then click What's the risk."

I'm running Win XP Pro with Internet Explorer 8.
Posted 04/20/2010 02:36PM #1
Appears to be fixed now...

Ronald Wroblewski said:

I know of the "updating" of Astromart website.

This message is only to assist in the changes that are being made to improve the site.

The problem I started having today was a security pop-up with EVERY left click of the mouse at the website.

The message is... "Internet Explorer has blocked this website from displaying content with security certificate errors".

-"Some content on the webpage was being delivered using a faulty certificate. Security certificate problems might indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any information you send to the website or server. You can click the Information bar to display the content (not recommended). For more information on certificate errors, click the Information bar, then click What's the risk."

I'm running Win XP Pro with Internet Explorer 8.

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Posted 04/20/2010 06:33PM #2