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smudgeuk2626

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Hi

Can anyone help me figure out what's going on with my computer, whenever i try to log on to a secure site, such as my college email account or many sites with passwords (e.g. jstor.org I cant log on to), thought it might be my connection but just tried it on another connection and it does the same, keeps coming up with page can not be displayed.

Have no ideas where to even begin with this so any help would be appreciated

thanks

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For example:

my college email is accessed through impmail.kcl.ac.uk but whenever i go to that site it redirects me to msn autosearch?!?!
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We are looking into many cases here, either your browser is set to High Security and its not letting cookies to be written into your system.
you might to enable the use of SSL through your Internet Options -> Advanced
E-mail sites or any high authentication sites require a browser that handles secure connection otherwise it would terminate the connection, hence page can not be displayed.

What OS are you running? and what service packs do you have installed? :tazz:
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