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Down With Malware!

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Its official this is getting out of hand, every time I go to a website that requires you to sign up or I try to buy something I always get the "untrusted connection" message. Every time I have to put add exception and I understand the risks ect. Then it ruins the website view so its impossible to do anything! Can you please help me stop these harassing Untrusted connection messages? It doesn't matter what website I go to, Ebay, or amazon the message always pops up. I recently just reformatted my hard drive a bout a month ago.

Edit: Forgot to mention every 15 minutes this security pops up and here is the message:

us.data.toolbar.yahoo.com:443 uses an invalid security certificate

The certificate will not be valid until 5/28/2009 11:22 PM

This could be a problem with the server's configuration or it could be someone trying
to impersonate the server

If you connected to this server successfully in the past the error may be temporary
and you can try again later.

This happens every day all day no matter if I restart or what.

Edited by Down With Malware!, 19 February 2010 - 07:09 PM.

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us.data.toolbar.yahoo.com:443 uses an invalid security certificate

Make sure, your computer date is correct.
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Alright my clock was off and I fixed it, but I still get the untrusted connection messages. I don't know what can possibly be wrong since I never touched my security in my web browsers (Firefox and I.E)

Funny, I never knew that a clock can cause such problems sometimes. :)
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See here for more info: http://support.mozil...on is untrusted
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Thank you very much for the link and I think this will solve my problem. You where very helpful. =)
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You're welcome :)
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I was getting the same messages. Finally found the date was wrong on my computer, changed the date to the correct one, this solved the problem
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