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AOL and Secure Sites


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I have had this problem for as long as I can remember. The problem is that when I use my Linksys router through AOL (so that I don't have to sign into AOL to get on the internet), it will not let me onto secure sites such as ebay, amazon, and other sites like that. I have tried changing my firewall and checking for spyware with like 4-5 different programs. When I sign onto AOL using their software it will let me onto these secure sites with no problem. My guess is that the worst ISP AOL is doing this to punish me for something or they are just evil. I have looked for answers from AOL and other sources for this but everything so far has not worked for me. Also the sites do not work on IE and Firefox. The internet is DSL using PPPoE certification to log in. This has really been buging me for about a 1 1/2 years now. Any helped will be, well, helpful :tazz:

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No one knows the answer?
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I used to have AOL. Inside the AOL browser, it just doesn't work. Use an external browser.
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I do you an external browser. I hate that AOL browser, I've been using Firefox for 8+ months now.
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