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mozilla FireFox #983476
10/15/14 03:54 AM
10/15/14 03:54 AM
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Beverly Hills, Florida
kjos Offline OP
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I always use this as my internet connection but today I get this message This connection is untrusted. I can't connect to the internet. Never got this before. I reinstalled it and it seems to be working ok okay now. Will keep in touch and let you know if it keeps working. Thanks
Richard

Last edited by kjos; 10/15/14 05:31 AM.

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Re: mozilla FireFox [Re: kjos] #983491
10/15/14 06:22 AM
10/15/14 06:22 AM
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It could be your AntiVirus plugin warning you about dodgy sites. If it's not warning you then it's not doing its job.

Re: mozilla FireFox [Re: kjos] #983532
10/15/14 10:21 AM
10/15/14 10:21 AM
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But if it's not letting you connect to the internet at all, then that doesn't sound right. Keep us posted.


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Re: mozilla FireFox [Re: kjos] #983612
10/15/14 03:48 PM
10/15/14 03:48 PM
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southeast USA
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I got that "untrusted" message today when my router was re-connecting.
So far it has disconnected and reconnected four times today.

Once the router gets its connection back, the web browser doesn't give the "untrusted" message. In this case, it had to do with not completing the authentication when the the router disconnected -- nothing to do with the website actually being "untrusted." It's just that when the router disconnects at the same time you're trying to get a webpage, it can partially get through but fail the authentication.

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