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HTTPS, etc. problems

Q: HTTPS, etc. problems

I recently upgraded W98SE and IE6 from the MS site. I also uninstalled and reinstalled a newer version of Zone Alarm. Since then I am not able to access HTTPS pages or download files. I initially discovered this while trying to access secure pages at my banking website. If I use a proxy everything works fine but without a proxy no browser (3 tested) will work properly. I have spent considerable time with tech support at the bank and then my ISP. It appears that I have some port blocking because a proxy assigned port allows everything to work. Downloads only work through agents set to a proxy. When I run a route print there seems to be some redundancy with 11 entries when I am connected and 7 disconnected. My TCP/IP stacks look clean, no spyware, virus or trojans detected. I have seen other threads about problems with IE6 but I have problems with all browsers and download agents unless I use a proxy. I have uninstalled firewall and virus detection and closed all but essential background programs without resolution. What's up???

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A: HTTPS, etc. problems

Easy. You use the proxy.

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Intrusions from two different Ips, one is HTTPS tidserv & other is HTTPS misleading Application detection, how do i get rid of them?

A:PLZ HELP- Intrusions not stopping - HTTPS tidserv & HTTPS misleading application deletection

Hi archie21:

These notifications are what we are seeing on the Norton forum that indicate that you have a TDL3/4 rootkit attempting access to the net. Norton is blocking it.

You will need to ask the Malware Removal Team for assistance.

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Well, for some reason I am no longer able to see https:// pages. I could always see them fine and then I realized all these pages werent loading like my .com control panel, hotmail, etc.

Im just wondering if anyone has ever had the same problem and/or knows how to fix? Thanks :)

A:HTTPS Problems

Do you get any type of error message?, or does the page just never load up?

You could try reseting your defaults in Tools > Internet Options > Advanced > Restore Defaults

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After having some PC problems and installing IE6 (previously IE5), I can't log onto ANY secure websites. I thought it was just Hotmail, but it is all secure connections with HTTPS in the web address.

I'm connecting to the net with AOL 5 which has worked for years, (I recently tried AOL 8).

I've tried various options in IE but none seem to work.

Any ideas?

A:IE6 problems with HTTPS

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Hello! Thank you all in advance for reading and helping.

I own an old Dell Latitude D600 and yes I do know it's outdated. However it is a trusty little thing and comes in handy for basic internet stuffs. Until recently. For my main browser I use firefox.

I had went on vacation and took my laptop along. Not wanting the battery to be plugged in on the trip there and back I left it out. At the time I really had no net connection and was mainly using it to store photos and videos. When I got back everything loaded fine until I tried to access my e-mail account. I had received a not trusted site error and apparently the certificates that went along were considered outdated and my laptop couldn't acquire new ones. I tried everything from rebooting to checking the security options as firefox tech support had instructed me to do. Thinking it's firefox I had tried internet explorer and google chrome all which seems to have the same problem. Nothing so far has helped. I'm turning here to hopefully get real human help. Thank you all once again for reading and helping.

A:HTTPS site problems

Try clearing Firefox's history, temporary internet files & cache.

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Hi guys, been searching everywhere for this but don't seem that anyone has the same problem...
While logged in on my laptop (XP Pro) as a local user I can visit all the web with no problems, but when logged in on the domain, (a Samba 3 running as domain server) with squid as a transparent proxy I can't access any https:// sites,

If anyone has any ideas, is there something that could be set in NTPolicy.pol or a *.msc file that could be set wrong? iexplore has all HTTPS and TSL enabled, same settings as my local account.

If you need any setting just ask, and thanks for any help

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Here is a Windows Vista network problem that I have been struggling with over the last few days.

At home I connect to the internet through a wired network and have no issues with access to any websites through both Firefox and IE7.

At work I similarly connect through a wired network, and have problems accessing a number of websites, or areas of websites, e.g. login section of the google site. I am not certain as to what is common with these sites, but I have noticed that I can't get access to any https:// addresses.

As far as I am aware there is no difference in the configuration of the PC for these 2 connections (both private networks). The work LAN has previously worked fine ... I have tried a system restore, to before the last windows update, but that process failed.

One final pointer, I use Outlook to receive mail from 2 independantly hosted POP3 accounts. This works fine at home, but at work Outlook is now failing to connect to either server.

Any ideas? Thanks in advance

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Hi there

I am having a problems accesing https sites.

I am able to connect to the internet from various computers withing the network but all have th same issue.

I have tried using Opera browser but same result?



A:Problems accesing https sites

What error are you getting?

And which websites?

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Using internet explorer.
When typing in a website address www.example.com the browser auitomatically inserts https. This is fine, but does so when there is no https version of the site it goes to "we cant reach this page." Then have to manually remove the s and then it's fine.
This was how the computer was setup when it arrived.

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There are some websites that use https for some of their pages (like the login screen) and http for other pages like the home screen. On websites like these when I am redirected to an http page after logging in I still have the option of logging in and when I try to do this the page just refreshes. I believe that I am logged in to the website but because I logged in on a page using https if I then go to an http page it doesn't recognise that I am logged in. I think this is a problem with my network settings for connecting to the internet as other people I know are not having my problem on the same sites. How can i fix this?

A:Problems logging in to websites that mix http and https

Can you provide the make/model of your computer, along with the operating system?

Additionally, what browser are you using? Have you tried another browser?

On this computer, have you tried taking it to another network and seeing if you experience the same issues? Do other devices on your network experience the same issues as well?

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Windows 7. We are having problems accessing webservice via https protocol after installing December 2016 KB3205394.  Http will work fine. Seems somehow that server selects too weak encryption algorithm or something....Does anyone else have experiences
about this? After removing update it will work again...

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All 3 of them are not working for me. I'm using another computer just to type this.
The HTTP, HTTPS, FTP diagnostic reads:

warn HTTP: Error 12029 connecting to www.microsoft.com: A connection with the server could not be established

warn HTTP: Error 12029 connecting to www.hotmail.com: A connection with the server could not be established

warn FTP (Passive): Error 12029 connecting to ftp.microsoft.com: A connection with the server could not be established

warn HTTPS: Error 12029 connecting to www.microsoft.com: A connection with the server could not be established

warn HTTPS: Error 12029 connecting to www.passport.net: A connection with the server could not be established

warn FTP (Active): Error 12029 connecting to ftp.microsoft.com: A connection with the server could not be established

error Could not make an HTTP connection.

error Could not make an HTTPS connection.

error Could not make an FTP connection.
There are a few more diagnostics left, but hopefully this is the important part of it all.

Please help me if possible.

A:Solved: HTTP, HTTPS, FTP connectivity problems

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For the last month i'm having login problems. For some reason reCAPTCHA fails to connect to google.com, and im not able to log into youtube/gmail(can't find accounts.google.com) or hotmail.com. Random sites like Rainbow Six Siege forums don't work properly either. And the biggest one is not being able to log into my bank account.

I have asserted to at least be a local problem with my PC since mobile and other laptops on the same network work fine. Of another post I tried to run SFC /runnow ill post the log as an attachment.

It also says that some internet protocols are missing and could not be fixed, this is to general for me to follow up though could support the idea that something is wrong with the HTTPS protocol.

I tried this tutorial to re-register dll files: (Solved) Cannot Access Secure Sites - Https websites not opening View
wintrust.dll gives a DllRegisterServer Failed with error code 0x80070005
initpki.dll is missing
gpkcsp.dll is missing as wel.
Didn't try more from that tutorial seeing as it probably wouldn't work from this point onwards.

This problem has been going on since the start of December and since my internet connection is shared, I thought it would be a local internet problem, but it seems not to be.

I tried reinstalling windows from scratch and the problem persists.

A:General login problems, might be HTTPS protocol

I feel like I know what the culprit was that did this. I have been using IObit programs for a while, though they never did something wrong, maybe that in combination with the new update screwed up some DLLs. Will try a reinstall to recreate the problem.

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I've had some strange PC problems over the last 6 weeks or so. Initially I thought it was a software problem, but now I'm beginning to think I've been infected.  The problems appear to be related to https and secure connections, though the problems vary in severity / type.  
The first sign was that Outlook constantly crashed.  I traced this down to an Exchange connection (as opposed to pop3 accounts which worked fine).  Then my VPN crashed on startup.  Then my browser wouldn't serve https pages. They just gave me ERR_TIMED_OUT after 2 mins or so. (One example - my bank's http home page would load, but when I tried to login to online banking, that page wouldn't).  More details here fwiw. 
I ran MBAM, adwcleaner, SuperAntiSpyware, JRT and ESET online scanner. I didn't see anything particularly bad in there, but that appeared to fix the problem. Until a week later I began having trouble again. Just Outlook this time.  Browser and VPN worked fine.  Ran the tools again.  All good.  A week later VPN wouldn't work again and couldn't get https in the browser. But Outlook was OK.  
This pattern has been repeated with variations again and again.  The https browser problem varies - sometimes I can't get https pages at all, other times they're just very slow loading.
Today I thought I would try some more aggressive ... Read more

A:Is infection causing https problems? Can anybody recommend a course of action?

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I've been directed here from this post in the "Am I Infected? What Do I Do?" section. I've attached the FRST logs to this post. 
I've had some strange PC problems over the last 6 weeks or so. Initially I thought it was a software problem, but now I'm beginning to think I've been infected.  The problems appear to be related to https and secure connections, though they vary in severity / type.  
I'm on Win7 32 bit Professional with SP1
Outlook kept crashing when using MS Exchange connection (pop3 only was ok)
VPN wouldn't connect, then crashed
Chrome wouldn't serve https pages. They just gave me ERR_TIMED_OUT after 2 mins or so. 
(One example - my bank's http home page would load, but when I tried to login to online banking, that page wouldn't).  More details here fwiw. 
Browser downloads refusing to complete - sometimes they stop halfway, other times at 100% but without completing
The symptoms are not consistent - sometimes it's just one, other times the whole lot. Sometimes none at all.   The https browser problem varies - sometimes I can't get https pages at all, other times they're just very slow loading.
What I've Tried
Initially I ran MBAM, adwcleaner, SuperAntiSpyware, JRT and ESET online scanner. I didn't see anything particularly bad in there, but that appeared to fix the problem. Until a week later I began having trouble again. Just Outlook this time.  B... Read more

A:Possible infection? Various small problems including https connection issues

Since posting this I have spent more time looking into the https problems.  I'm still getting problems with VPN and Outlook from time to time.  Browser issues appear to be limited to Chrome (FF is ok).
Therefore following the instructions on this page, I took these steps:   
Checked Proxy Settings - There seems nothing untoward here, I'm pretty sure it's not a proxy issue
Flushed the DNS from command line (ipconfig/flushdns)
Removed any broswer add ons / extensions
Released and renewed IP address from the command line (ipconfig/release  and  ipconfig/renew)
Uninstalled and reinstalled Chrome
Cleared browsing history, temp files & cleared cache
Tried turning off antivirus (AVG) and firewall (Win firewall)
I did notice something odd when pinging.
The first packet always timed out (25% loss).  I read that this is to be expected when pinging an address for the first time in a while, but that a second ping immediately after should not do this.
But I get this every time I ping anything - including my router ( and network card (  From my limited understanding it appears as if nothing is being stored in the ARP cache. I have tried clearing the ARP cache but this didn't make any difference. 

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I have Windows 8.1 installed with two user accounts. The first is mine and from the beginning it had administration priviliges. The second belongs to my daughter. This one wasn't created with administration priviliges. My daughter isn't able to play youtube films and enter some websites that require https protocol (for example google.com). I can do both from my account. I have change a type of my daughter's account to Administrator, but it haven't helped. I have tried IE, Firefox and Chrome.

Trying to play any film on youtube from my daughter's account I get the following message:
"An error occured try again later"

Trying to enter for example https://www.google.com/chrome/browse...top/index.html I get the message that the safety connection can't be established. There is nothing about confirming that I understand a threat. Simply I can't enter.

Would be so kind helping me to resolve this issue.

Best regards


A:problems entering https pages and playing youtube films

If you can do it under yours but not your daughters, I would look at an issue with her user account in itself. It seems to me that something in the configuration got corrupted.

Here is what I would do:
Backup any data she has stored under her user account
Delete her profile
Create a new profile for her and set it up as a standard (not administrative) user.

See if that helps.

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When I run the fixit at "Fix problems that programs cannot be installed or uninstalled"
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/mats/program_install_and_uninstall?wa=wsignin1.0 I
get the following results.
How can you tell what programs these are assuming you don't speak question mark?
They don't show in the regular Programs and Features list as having question marks for names?

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What does HTTPS Everywhere does?
and why should i use it, bc much members recommend it to me..
Cheers! :D

A:HTTPS Everywhere? ..


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Security has always been critical to the web, but challenges involved in site migration have inhibited HTTPS adoption for several years. In the interest of a safer web for all, at Google we?ve worked alongside many others across the online ecosystem to better understand and address these challenges, resulting in real change. A web with ubiquitous HTTPS is not the distant future. It?s happening now, with secure browsing becoming standard for users of Chrome.

Today, we?re adding a new section to the HTTPS Report Card in our Transparency Report that includes data about how HTTPS usage has been increasing over time. More than half of pages loaded and two-thirds of total time spent by Chrome desktop users occur via HTTPS, and we expect these metrics to continue their strong upward trajectory.
Percentage of pages loaded over HTTPS in Chrome

As the remainder of the web transitions to HTTPS, we?ll continue working to ensure that migrating to HTTPS is a no-brainer, providing business benefit beyond increased security. HTTPS currently enables the bestperformance the web offers and powerful features that benefit site conversions, including both new features such as service workers for offline support and web push notifications, and existing features such as credit card autofill and the HTML5 geolocation API that are too powerful to be used over non-secure HTTP. As with all major site migrations, there are certain steps webmasters should take to ensure that search ranking tra... Read more

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I download a lot of content from a movies newsgroup. I recently found out the newsgroup has secure access https. What I'm wondering is, if I'm downloading movies from the newsgroup is my isp going to see matrix.avi comming across there server from alt.movies.divx or it is just going to look like garbage. My isp is cracking down on movies/music downloads.

More so just an example to figure out how https works.

A:About https

We cannot help with this type of activity. Please read the rules.

Closing thread.

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Q: https?

How do l get my browser type in only the https sites. My roommate thinks if I don't use the https. Then we are going to be hacked, jacked or who knows. Please can someone shed some light on this for me. Thank you


Oh dear, nope, it's not true, https connections are just for passwords, websites come across encrypted in https mode and decrypted when the site gets a handshake from your pc, it's just a more secure way of entering form info and passwords, but to be honest, if your computer isn't secure on the virus front, the https connection is irrelevant.

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I'm running W10 and IE11. Earlier my internet connection went down but now has come back up. There is a noise problem on my line and the disconnection is expected behaviour. But, since the connection came back my browser will only access https capable sites, no http. This is a pain because a lot of my Favourites are http only. As a matter of fact, even some https sites wont download. There are far too many of these instances to be just sites going down etc. Does this sound like a setting has changed somewhere, or maybe could the poor connection be causing an issue, even though everything was working as normal until the system went down for a while, and the noise problem is not new.

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Q: Https

All of a sudden when l go on the internet l keep getting a dialoq box saying "DO YOU WANT TO VIEW ONLY WEB PAGE CONTENT THIS IS DELIVERED SECURELY - This WEB page contains content that will not be delivered using a Secure HTTPS connection which could compromise the security of the entire page. Yes No" l have reset seurity settings for the internet and connection. Can not stop dialoq from coming up. Tried everything. I feel that either l am missing something or whatever. I'm running Windows XP Pro, Service Pack 3, Intenet Explorer 8.0


Click Tools > Internet Options > Security.

Select the Internet zone.

Click on Custom level…

In the "Miscellaneous" section change Display mixed content to Enable.

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Q: https


I use the Citrix Web Client is connect to work and the comms is over https but quite often the incoming comms stops and so I have to close the client then try the original https URL again and get server timed out. My work nor my ISP how how to solve this.
My modem is a Linksys WAG200G with firmware 1.01.05. My browser and email still works, just seems my HTTPS stops. Any ideas please.


Try clearing your cache, Are you getting interrupts with your internet service? I believe Citrix will complain if your internet drops out while connected. Try running CCleaner, it will clear out all of your internet cache and other junk sitting on your machine.


Also you might want to run spyware scans. Download Windows Defender and Spybot search & destroy.


Hope this helps.

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Q: https

I use a program to send customer checks to the bank. I can access any public website, but get"page cannot be displayed" when logging on the site to send my chhecks. Techh support has reinstalled the software and added the bank to my trusted sites, but I still receive "page cannot be displayed". What can I do (if anything) to correct this problem?HELP!!PS - I use Vista 32-bitEdit: Moved topic from Introductions to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal


Take a look at the steps here: Can't Access Secure Sites Browser won't connect

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i'm working with a computer that the user somehow assigned https to every browser window i try to open...i can go on by clicking on the continue anyway, but am unable to get to some sites, and others aren't working right at all, due to the https. if someone can tell me how to solve this problem, the help will be greatly appreciated. i've never run into this problem before.

A:how to get rid of https

What browser(s) are in use?
Google Chrome
Mozilla Firefox
Internet Explorer


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I have the same problem than Chaos at 07-16-2003, but I didn't see the solution:
I can't connect to secure sites (https://). It says "The request was rejected because the port it was connecting to is not configured to receive the protocol being sent". So how to connect to such sites ?
OS: Win2000
I am behind a proxy


Make sure your proxy allows connections to port 443.

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Q: https:

If the URL of a website is preceeded by https:, what is encrypted? Is the entire site encrypted or simply data entered into the site such as passwords, etc?


See here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_Secure

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I am having trouble with IE7 and https:// sites. I can open all http:// sites no problem. When it comes to https:// it will not work. Is this just a setting that got messed up somewhere?

A:Ie7 & https://

This is a c&p troubleshoot for https connect problems.

Verify that Internet Explorer Is Using 128-Bit Encryption:

In Internet Explorer, on the Help menu, click About Internet Explorer
The level of encryption on your computer appears next to the words Cipher Strength.
Verify that the Cipher Strength value appears as 128-bit
If the Cipher Strength is anything less then 128-bit, download the "Explorer Internet High Encryption Pack" to your computer's hard disk, and then install it.

Delete Temporary Internet Files
There's also a possibility of some corrupted files in your Temporary Internet Files (TIF) storage. You should clear these
In Internet Explorer, on the Tools menu, click Internet Options, and select the General tab
Under Temporary Internet files, click Delete Files, and click OK when you are prompted to confirm the deletion

Configure Security settings for the Trusted sites zone in Internet Explorer:
In Internet Explorer, on the Tools menu, click Internet Options, and select the Security tab
Select Trusted sites, and then click Default Level
Add the secure Web site you are trying to access to the Trusted sites zone. To do so, click Sites, type the address (URL) of the site in the Add this Web site to the zone box
Click Add, click OK, and then click Apply

Clear the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) slate and AutoComplete history:
In Internet Explorer, on the Tools menu, click Internet Options, and select the Content tab
Under ... Read more

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Q: Https

Hello, I was told that I was should use HTTPS instead of HTTP for enhanced security, but so far I haven't been able to figure out how to do that despite hunting through google. Can anyone please help me configure to https?

Thanks for any help in advance.



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I can't connect to secure sites (https://). It says "The request was rejected because the port it was connecting to is not configured to receive the protocol being sent". But I have checked all security options (Use SSL, Use TSL...) in both IE and Opera. (6 and 7.10). So how to connect to such sites :) ?


Chaos, does this happen with all the secured sites ? What port are you trying to connect to ?

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 what does this mean and how do i use it?

A:Need help with https://goo.gl

It's Google's URL link shortening service like https://bitly.com/ and othersSee: 25 Top 25 URL Shortener Tools / Websites

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Q: Https

I am trying to access a site over Internet using HTTP POST and get the error 12007. I am uisng a Dell machine with Windows XP.

Any ideas how this problem can be resolved?


is the error this:
Error 12007: The server name could not be resolved.

can you post what the site is an dany additional background on this problem? how long has it been happening, did it ever work?
if it is a true dns issue, we may not be able to offer much assistance.

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I use Windows XP sp2. When I log onto a secure web # I receive "Cannot find server" All other https sites will come up. I have tried turning off my firewall and still this one site only will not display. Any help greatly app.


If you areusing IExplorer turn off the popup blocker.

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I wasn't sure whether to post this in Networking or here, so I did both. I apologize in advance if I should not have done so...

1) Assuming I have my own web server, how difficult is it to set up an https page?

2) Is it possible to set up an https page so that (non-secure) http pages would load in a frame such that the insecure data gets transmitted securely?

The impetus for this is that I when I access certain webpages from work - my personal (web-based) e-mail being a prime example - I *really* don't like the thought that members of our corporate IT department have clear, unencrypted access to my (personal/private) e-mail/data/etc.

I know there are remote access programs that would allow me to tunnel in to my machine at home, but our firewall at work is very restrictive.

There must be some way to do this...

A:Questions about https

I don't believe that you can do what you want.
To setup the HTTPS you need either a certificate issued by an trusted authority, or you can generate one on your webserver and just have to "accept" the security warning everytime, or install it on every machine you want to "trust" the site. As far as encrypting the unsecured data, it stays unsecured unless you use vpn software (very difficult if you have ports blocked on a company firewall) ]

Maybe you could setup some type of remote desktop running on port 80 on your home machine. Then use your machine's browser to access your email. To do this may require software that your company may not allow.

Being one of "those" IT guys: (not to offend, just offer my two cents)

1. I wouldn't have time to even try to capture packets or screen shots of every person that works at my job.

2. Unless they were suspective of doing something (wasting company time, resources) not appropriate, would they even ask that this task be done.

3. Most companies let you know up front that they "can" and "will" go through electronic transmissions, but rarely would do something so drastic.

4. If you don't want people to "see" it, then maybe you could wait to do it at home or an internet cafe (which is far worse than your work!)

What I don't understand, is why your ISP webmail is not https anyway? Most ISP's with webmail use this to prevent giving out login information ... Read more

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I hope some one can help me with my problem…
My problem is one the web site I visit making me crazy every time I click login the page can't open but if I change the address from https to http it open. The thing is this only happin in my laptop but in my disktop it work fine.
The site is http://www.mtc-vodafone.com
The problem start after I click login …it will not open.
Please help me

A:http and https

Http an Https are a security matter mostly. Normally on a site if the address is https://my vodafone then security is on, by changing it to http, your tryign to access it on an unsecure channel.

And I know vodafone are a pain in the behind, they're the same in Ireland. But im afraid normally you just gotta wait for them to fix it.

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I am not able to acceess any secure sites and searching found this in the diagnosis. How can I fix it? I have disabled all firewalls and checke the port but can't find a problem. The other computers accessing the Internet through this router have not shown any problems so it's not the cause and this came up on the computer with no previous indications.

HTTPS: Error 12157 connecting to www.passport.net: An error occurred in the secure channel support

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Service Pack 3, 32 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 2.70GHz, x86 Family 15 Model 2 Stepping 9
Processor Count: 1
RAM: 374 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) 82845G/GL/GE/PE/GV Graphics Controller, 64 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 32462 MB, Free - 9211 MB; D: Total - 3098 MB, Free - 32 MB; E: Total - 5681 MB, Free - 893 MB;
Motherboard: TriGem Computer Inc., Glendale motherboard , None, None
Antivirus: CenturyLink™ Online Security 9.01, Updated: Yes, On-Demand Scanner: Disabled

A:https error

first thing to try is turn off antivirus/firewall

then do a windows update to see if it cures it

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My internet explorer will only show websites beginning with "https" (any "http" website give the "IE cannot display the webpage" message. Even my favorites that were http now won't work. How do I change my settings to allow both http and https?



A:http or https?

Hi, Welcome to TSF.

What version of IE are you using please? (Check in Help, About)

Please can you also go into Tools / Internet Options / Security, and post a screen shot of that window back here?

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Hello All,

we have secure intranet site, which was accessiable via http and https, and now we have created redirection to https in IIS 6 win2003 and in IE its working fine, however in chrome https give error 

Your connection is not private
Attackers might be trying to steal your information from password.contoso.com (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards). Learn more




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Hi, Please help how to block the https prtocals in cisco router??

A:Block Https

I'm not sure about blocking the protocol, but I believe it runs on TCP port 443, which you could block. I'm not so good with networking, though, which is probably where this should be, so I can't say that's a guaranteed fix. May I ask why you want to block it? Blocking that could cause legitimate sites to stop working, and would keep you from using secure logins on any sites you may need people on your network to use, which would make them more vulnerable to password sniffing and such. If you are just looking to block a few sites that use HTTPS, you should probably try to find another fix. Just my $.02.

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Without my changing anything my web browser (ie11 on W10) has suddenly started rejecting any addresses that don't start with https. This means that my favourites etc (even a link to google advanced search actually embedded on my own web page) has started to default to the set-up page of my web router. When I do a search and select a web page from the list, even that is rejected if it isn't https. Any ideas? This is REALLY annoying !

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I come from the Norton community that led me to you about attack of a serious trojan.
Here is a nth case of "HTTPS TidServ" attack that personally I discover being novice in this regard.
I understood that this type of trojan causes serious problems, and belongs to the class of Rootkit, TDSS or TDL3 viruses.
Of course, my system is infected, periodically, Norton indicating attacks,I did a full scan via Norton Internet Security, without result.
I already used Microsoft's Malicious Software Removal Tool, and RegistryBooster-Uniblue to check the system, the first one didn't identify the problem and the second one pointed out problems but I did not try to repair via this program. I did not try any other solution for now.
I wonder what I have to do to eradicate this very serious "nuisance".
Thanks for your help,

ps: pc endowed with XP.


Hi Thierry and welcome to BleepingComputer!Please follow the steps in this guide and see if that fixes your problem.

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I have been unable to log into a particular https site that I use for work. As I type in my name and password, I get "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage".

I diagnosed the connections and looked for more information and there is nothing obvious that stands out.

I assumed it was an issue with Windows 7, so I created a Virtual PC to operate Windows XP and I am able to log in.

Any ideas? I would prefer to access this site through my host PC.

Thanks so much for your replies!


A:Cannot log into particular https site

Hello smegforbrains, welcome to Seven Forums!

You are sure that there's no chance that the site in question could be down for some reason?

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I read browsers are more secure when browsing in https. How do I change to https in Internet Explorer 8, FireFox 3 and Chrome 7. OS, Vista.

Thank you.

A:Https Settings

https is generally going to be set by the website you are visiting, and not by your browser.

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Good Morning,
I cannot connect to any https pages with ie (The page you are looking for is currently unavailable. The Web site might be experiencing technical difficulties, or you may need to adjust your browser settings.Cannot find server or DNS Error Internet Explorer ) and with FF I get (The connection was refused when trying to contact...)
I have tried the fix for TCP/Winsock, I have rechecked my security settings, cleared all cookies, cashes deleted temp internet files, verified date and time settings, verified encryption, used the system file checker, verified the cryptologic settings, re-registered dll files, run hijack this and pc tools. I am at a loss. I have windows xp home, and I run zonealarm free.
I am on a cable modem. I have my hijack this log file if anyone needs to see it. I really need to access https sites, my banking, work email etc. Other than not opening those pages I can access all others on the internet. Please help! Thanks!

A:Cannot Connect To Https On Either Ff Or Ie

angelclmbr:HTTPS uses TCP port 443 to communicate.Perhaps, by mistake you set ZoneAlarm to block communication with HTTPS on port #443. *Standard HTTP uses TCP port 80 to communicate.I am not a ZoneAlarm user, but this link to their discussion group has a proposed solution to this problem.Right HereLet us know if that worked.

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