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StacyD.

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Good Evening.

I am hoping this will be very easy. I can not access any web site that requires me to log in... besides this one. My bank account, email, even ebay. I ran my anti virus and quartined a trojan and have not been able to connect since. I thought maybe my firewall was readjusted somehow, but no matter what I try I can not connect. Please help.

Thank you, Stacy
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Hello, and welcome to Geeks To Go.
You may have your web browser set to not accept cookies.
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If you are using Internet Explorer,
  • Click on the start button.
  • Select control panel.
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  • Slide the bar to the middle, or medium setting.

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StacyD.

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I checked the settings and it is set to medium. I still can not log on to any websites that require passwords. I am running superantispyware and avast. Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Stacy
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Ztruker

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Read here: http://www.duxcw.com...n/xp/secure.htm or http://www.daniweb.c...hread22955.html
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