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canine

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Hi folks, I would be grateful if someone could offer me some advice.

My internet is working fine but I can't log on to anything that needs a username and a
password such as yahoo mail, hotmail accounts, betting accounts etc.

When I enter the password and log on, I get the cannot display page message
with cannot find server or dns error.

I think I had solved this before but cannot remember how.

I have tried fiddling with cookies, pop up blockers, firewalls etc but nothing seems to
work.. I have recently removed Norton....

Does anyone have any ideas ?????? :whistling: :blink:

Thanks
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Liz G.

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Sounds like it might be a problem in the security settings -- sign-in pages generally use some kind of security. Did you check the security settings in the Advanced page on the Internet options? SSL 2.0 and 3.0 are checked on mine.

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Hi Liz

Thanks for replying, I have checked and doubled checked everything within my
internet options such as custom level, cookies, settings etc

The problem seems to be accessing anything over a secure link..

Does anyone have any further ideas ???????????????????????????????????????????

Thanks
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