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Please check whether the system clock displays the correct date and year as per your time zone, if not correct it and then try opening the webpages.
Aha, I'm at work but heading home to check the date and year, I did notice the clock was incorrect and I changed that, but didn't look at the dates. Egads! what a mess!
I finally id'd the trojans my anti-spy found, they were JTdownloader and a form of BHB that I can't find on any lists.
I'll sure try it, thank you so much!!
I have AVG and I'm not happy with it, going to download Mcafee, but when I go to purchase it, the same security certificate comes up and I'm afraid to use my credit card info on my computer while it is doing that. If I buy the service on my work computer, can I direct it to my home computer or will it read my IP address at work and attach to my work computer? (I know, I'm totally ignorant of this stuff :-)
Once you get back to the home computer, check the system clock as I believe it should be the problem causing the invalid certificate messages.
You could purchase McAfee from this computer, and once you get back to the other computer, login to http://us.mcafee.com/root/login.asp and login with the credentials (email id and passsword) you used at the time of purchase and download the program in the home pc.
Make sure to uninstall any other antivirus softwares before downloading McAfee to avoid confilcts during installation.
Oh my gosh! That was it!!
I've been stuggling with this issue for 2 days now, scared to death it would be impossible to fix. Wow! Thank you so much!!
I'll go in and purchase my antivirus now. Again, thank you!
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