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    confused wots this all about?

    just went to go on ebay and sign in and this comes up,anyone else had this?

    SECURITY ALERT

    REVOCATION INFORMATION FOR THE SECURITY CERTIFICATE FOR THIS SITE IS NOT AVAILABLE.

    YES NO VIEW CERTIFICATE


    THIS COMES IN A SEPERATE WINDOW.

    ??????????????

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    I had that the other day when i fired up my old laptop and tried to log on to AOL to retrieve an email.

    It said something similar, i just X outed it and carried on!

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    Just been on it alright at my end .

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    Probably a con trying to get your user name and password ,

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    i hope not.

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    I just had that come up on my Bank account site!! Once i've logged in a message comes up about a 'phishing' scam used to try and get your account details. Apparently it's been happening with banks and other financial institutes

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    Dont panic fella....Just sounds like your using Internet Explorer
    If you are get on firefox straight away!

    If you want to put the existing problem right and continue with IE i've included some background with a solution for you.

    All the best and let me know how you get on.

    Mark.

    Issue

    Customer installed CMS and is launching the operator portal for administration from a Windows XP SP2 workstation and the following message appears;

    Revocation information for the security certificate for this site is not available. Do you want to proceed?

    Yes No View Certificate

    Clicking on View Certificate results in the following message;

    “This certificate cannot be verified up to a trusted certification authority”.

    Clicking on Yes results in a security alert stating the security certificate was issued by a company you have not chosen to trust.

    Clicking on Yes to proceed results in the Client Authentication box appearing with “The web site you want to view requests identification” and prompting you to “Select the certificate to use when connecting” but the list is blank.

    Clicking Yes on this message results in the following web page appearing;

    The page requires a client certificate
    Cause

    The root CA certificate is not installed on the workstation, the CA is not in the list of trusted CA’s, or the CRL can not be contacted.

    Solution

    * Navigate to IE-Tools-Content-Certificates-Trusted Root Certification Authorities and ensure the desired CA is in the list. If it isn’t, install the root certificate. You may have to reboot the workstation for the changes to take effect.
    * Using IE, make sure you are able to navigate to the URL of the Certificate Revokation List (can be viewed in the certificate information). You should be able to open the CRL and view it using IE.

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