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Right, when using IE7 and navigating to a HTTPS secure website it almost always displays the following error (See attachment).

The only way I can prevent this is by using FireFox (which im not too keen on) or by turning my security settings right down.

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that's more of a problem on their end...they're cert is either not up to date and not fully IE7 compatible or it's actually bad (though firefox would revoke it as well) you can usually get around it by putting the site in your trusted zone (if it's a site you go to often such as your bank)...that SHOULD give you the option to continue instead of just blocking the page
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Right well when it happens to pretty much any secure (HTTPS) website i visit, and I even added those websites to my trusted websites.

When using firefox all websites act normal.
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