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Verisign SSL Cert Error on IE?

Q: Verisign SSL Cert Error on IE?


I'm getting an error msg on my own website after installing my Verisign SSL Seal. Certificate itself works fine, but the seal (click here to verify) is giving errors on one IE browser and not another.

Can you guys please help me by telling me if you see an error msg displayed on the IE information bar when you visit my page:


I'm getting an error with my new Verisign SSL cert on my computer at work but not at the one at home. Using IE on both computers, same version, v. 7.0. I don't get this error on FireFox on either computer.

The error I get is:

To help protect your security, IE has blocked this website from displaying content with security certificate errors.

I don't understand why it's showing up on my work computer and I'm hoping it's not showing up on other people's computers.

I would love it if I got a lot more computers checking to see if they get the same error.

Please help!

Thank you,

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A: Verisign SSL Cert Error on IE?

I did not try the link but I will offer a few words of advice though.

You do not want to go into any restricted sites at work and should wait till ya get home but if you cannot do that then here ya go.

Open IE7

Click Tools
Click Internet Options
Click the Security tab
Click the Internet icon
Click Custom level
Locate Display mixed content
Click the radio button next to Enable (the default setting is 'was Prompt'
Click OK to save your changes

Have fun!

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Hi, I Faced below Error in all my virtual machines in our Domain, how can I fix it?its a big headache for me.

note:We don't use template in office and also CA cert was done till 2020.

Error 0xc800042d

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Suddenly I am seeing a "padlock" symbol in my support tool bar for Verisign whenever I open a web site for paying a bill, etc. I have no idea how it got on my computer but I wouldhttp://b.tsgstatic.com/smilies/frown.gif like to uninstall or deactivate it. How do I do this?

A:Solved: Verisign

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Last October I found this read at BroadbandReports Forum (link below) somewhat distressing & alarming. I took the recommended steps to block any connection to VeriSign in my MVPS Host file as well as blocking the two IP addresses in Comodo Firewall, steps recommended therein. Well, I no longer have any doubts. Just today, after installing the latest Comodo version 2.4, I had an instance in my Comodo log of that particular firewall block rule (outbound) being fired and a connection attempt was made to IANA, but by way of a VeriSign IP address! Comodo stopped the connection attempt dead in its tracks. http://www.dslreports.com/forum/remark,171...hilite=verisign

A:Verisign Doing Something Shady?

THanks for sharing this.

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Hi all-

Lately, whenever I misspell an internet address, I get directed to a very dishonest looking page from VeriSign. Is this an Internet-wide thing or a piece of spyware they put on my computer?

This is really starting to piss me off; I'd much rather see a "this page cannot be displayed" error than that page. Why would they put up a "service" like that if not to capitalize off it and take advantage of netizens in some way?

A:What's the deal with VeriSign?

Okay, I've edited my HOSTS file in order to block verisign's sitefinder, but whenever I misspell a domain name, it attempts to go to http://sitefinder.verisign.com/lpc?u...misspelled.com before saying "action cancelled", which leads me to believe that the misspelled domain goes through a different verisign server before going to sitefinder. Anyone know how I can find out what that server's IP is?

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Hi, what do you think about the VIP security services of verisign?? The services that are provided as webservices by verisign. You may tell anything that you think verisign's VIP Services is lacking or anything inefficient about the service that you feel.

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I posted once before months ago, but didn't get any replies.

We have to use PKI/digital sigs for one of our main clients. We send attachments and emails encrypted because they include patient name, partial social security numbers and health information about the patient.

My PKI works fine, I have been having employees get them and they work fine. My boss has trouble with his. I can send and receive from him. He is using Outlook 2003. When he gets a certificate from a client and adds it to his outlook contacts, it shows up as being his certificate and not their certificate.

We have worked and worked on this and can't figure it out. We are in seperate offices, but I am going to try to get to his office this weekend to see if I can figure it out. We got the certificates from Versign and they don't provide any support. We have read all the help pages, emailed and not gotten any help back from them.

Any ideas on what could be wrong. I am running out of things to check.



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My problem:

1. My IP blocker (PeerGuardian 2) keeps picking up something called 'PornDirect/SiteFinder/Verisign' or just 'SiteFinder'
2. This always happens when I open my internet log-in screen and when I open a new page on the internet (it really really slows me down opening new pages/logging in to the internet.)
3. I removed it before (I think-it could have just been coincidence) when I deleted something that I downloaded that was not working correctly.
4. It came back when I installed the new version of Norton Internet Security, or because of something else that I don't know about.
5. Running Ad-Aware/spybot/trendmicro venus spy trap/Norton virus protection doesn't pick anything up.

I don't know how to get rid of it, because I don't know where it is in my computer and running spyware scans etc don't pick anything up.

Pleeeease can someone help me get rid of it??!! It is so annoying and it cannot be anything good! Pleease! Thank you!

A:SiteFinder/Verisign spyware

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I tried to order something online today and after entering my card details on the site I was then presented with a box that looked like the visa card verisign, however this was asking me for pin and mothers maiden name etc.

After some reading I think I am infected

Any help would be great as I have tried numerous programmes to rid my pc of this


A:Visa/Mastercard Verisign

This looks like a ransomware.Can you boot into safemode?Downloadhttp://www.techspot.com/downloads/4716-malwarebytes-anti-malware.htmlInstall,update and run a full scan Click on SHOW results.Select all infections and remove itReboot the PC and scan MBAM once in regular mode until you get a clean logDownloadTDSSkillerLaunch it.Click on change parameters-Select TDLFS file systemClick on "Scan".Please post the LOG report(log file should be in your C drive)Are you able to run malwarebytes? I think ransomware sshould block even malwarebytes from runningDownloadhttp://download.sysinternals.com/files/Autoruns.zipExtract and launch Autoruns,allow it to finish the scanClick on File-save as ,save it as autorun.txtUpload the text file to www.mediafire.com and post the link here

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I suddenly began having issues with certain sites that use Verisign, now my Mozilla 'trusted' site icon is showing red instead of green. I suspect that my verisign certificates are corrupted and cannot figure out how to update them. I have already reinstalled Mozilla Firefox, gone through numerous tech sites looking for a way to manually update Verisign and can't come up with an honest answer.

Ideas? Thanks

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Hi, all. Here's the situation:

Because I'd received an error msg "Validation failed for C/windows/system32/vsinit.dll,
..so I googled and followed the steps listed on the zonelabs forums.

When I reached STEP-2 for fixing root certificates:

the directions turned out to be different than the reality.. so that I'm not absolutely sure whether my root certificates were fixed. I assume that Verisign certificate automatically has become installed.

Is there any way I can find out whether my root certificate is fixed?


The zonelab forums stated as STEP-3 to select the appropriate download link below to download ZoneAlarm.
However, I'd already had "zlsSetup_61_737_000_en.exe" installed in My Download Files.

But I went ahead anyway and chose the first download link listed in zonelab forums, resulting in:

So.. I now have the following 2 in My Download Files:

I have no idea which setup file to click, in order to safely get ZoneAlarm back up & running. Frankly, I forget whether my ZA version had included AV, Security, or Anti-Spyware. All I know is that I had the free version.


A:ZoneAlarm / verisign etc. questions

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The VeriSign Process presentation explains how to submit applications to VeriSign for testing in compliance with the Certified for Windows and Deisgned for Windows logo programs.

System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, Windows XP 64-bit

Microsoft PowerPoint or compatible viewer



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Hi. I recently wiped my computer and started all over. I tried to install the software for my HP LaserJet 1200, and I get to a point where it tells me that the software hasn't been verified, and that I strongly shouldn't install this software. I do it anyway, and it doesn't work. I've looked all over HPs site and Microsofts, and can't find a solution. Please help!! Thank you!!

A:Can't install printer-VeriSign

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The previous VeriSign 128-bit International (Global) Server Intermediate certification authority certificate expired on January 7, 2004. This may cause problems for clients that try to establish server-authenticated secure socket layer (SSL) connections with Web servers and other SSL/Transport Layer Security (TLS)-enabled applications that do not have up-to-date certificates.

To prevent these problems, Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) operators should contact VeriSign to update the intermediate certification authority certificates for servers that use 128-bit SSL to connect to Web sites with the Secure Hypertext Transfer Protocol.
Affected software

Microsoft Internet Information Server
Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server
Microsoft Exchange
Microsoft SQL Server



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Hi guys, I'm Ollie and i just joined this site, as i am at a loss as to what this could be.

Everytime i try to sign into facebook or hotmail it will not load, and in the URL address area on the far left it comes up with this message saying "verified by:verisign Trust network" in a blue shaded colour. Then after a minute or 2 comes up with "Microsoft Corporation (US)" in a green colour. By this stage the URL is all over the place, and doesnt make much sense, it starts with 'https:/loginlive.com.srf?/WA=SIGNIN1.0 and continues on with lots of letters and numbers. This first started with facebook and now hotmail. (all within a few days). Every other website works okay, so it is very confusing. I have scanned with Advanced system care 5 and also Microsoft security essentials but didn't help.

I would love any ideas on what this could be and what i could do, as i am not the most computer savvy person in the world.

Thanks guys


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The Ultimate Browser Hijacker

Verisign, custodian of the .net and .com registry, recently began redirecting all mis-typed internet addresses for web sites that don't exist so that web surfers end up on Verisign's pay-per-click search portal. This has broken countless millions of spam filters, networking tools, and blocked all competing error page redirection services. Verisign has become the ultimate browser hijacker.
The internet community is in an unprecedented uproar. Tens of thousands of angry IT geeks at Slashdot rushed to sign an online petition targeted at ICANN demanding that it use its authority over Verisign to force it to stop hijacking mis-typed domains. After the first ten thousands signatures were received, printed copies were sent to ICANN via FedEX.
ICANN has sent Verisign a letter asking that it voluntarily suspend the hijackings while they discuss the situation. Verisign refused the request.
The developer of BIND, the software running on most of the world's Domain Name Servers (DNS), has released a patch that nullifies Verisign's hijack. This patch can be downloaded at http://www.isc.org/products/BIND/delegation-only.html.
Poplar Enterprises, another company which uses error page redirection at the browser level to drive traffic to pay-per-click sites, has sued Verisign in US Federal Court claiming unfair competition. Rival domain name registrar Go Daddy Software also... Read more

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Big annoyances which I don't want to say are big problems, as I can think of worse things happenings.

a. But: ALL my shortcuts, both on my desktop, and inside Folders, no longer work.
Every one of them returns a message that "Application Not Found"

Also, clicking on a Link in an e-mail message (I use Thunderbird) no longer does anything.

All of this happened, I think, after installing AVG Free, which seems to work fine.
I might be wrong about this happening right after the installation, but I think so, though.

I can un-install AVG Free and see what happens, but thought I would ask here first.

what do you think is going on ?
Any thoughts would be most appreciated.

b. Not sure if this is related or not, but most of the Links that come up after doing a search on Google have this Verisign check mark next to them now.

What is this, please ?
Is this also due to AVG Free ?

Do I want this Verisign; what does it do ?

*How would I eliminate or get rid of it ?
I looked in all the places I could think of in the PC to find where this program, Application, or whatever it is, but can find no reference to it.
Doesn't come up in a Search, the Un-Install list, or anything else I can think of.

Much thanks, as always,


A:Shortcuts No Longer Work ! And Question Re AVG & Verisign

Unistall probably will not work. Much better chance with system restore, to point before install.

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Security firm VeriSign has launched a new site to help educate users about how to shop safely online, as more and more people flock to web stores to grab a bargain this Christmas.
Recent research by YouGov for VeriSign indicated that the credit crunch will prompt 71 per cent of Britons to shop online for seasonal bargains this year. This is backed up by the latest report from Capgemini and IMRG, which predicts that UK surfers will spend nearly ?14bn online this quarter.
Read article in full ...
VeriSign launches web shopping security guide - vnunet.com

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Norton We?ve just announced intent for Symantec to acquire VeriSign?s security business. This is a big move for us that we believe will extend Symantec?s leadership as the world?s most trusted source for protecting information and identities online. For more details go to Symantec to Acquire VeriSign | Symantec

Symantec to Acquire VeriSign | Symantec

A:Symantec Acquires VeriSign Security Business

Symantec Buys VeriSign

Security giant Symantec announced a definitive agreement to acquire VeriSign's security-related business for $1.28 billion yesterday. According to the deal, Symantec will take over VeriSign's server authentication, secure socket layer (SSL) and identity protection services, as well as its public key infrastructure (PKI).

VeriSign is one of the organizations that play a critical role on the Internet as we know it today. The company operates two of the Internet's DNS root nameservers and is the registry operator for the .com and .net domain name TLDs. All changes to the Internet's root zone file are also operated by VeriSign after they pass the U.S. Department of Commerce?s approval.

Source -
Symantec Buys VeriSign - Or most of it - Softpedia

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Today my PC went a little crazy. After trying to delete a misc. file on my desktop, my firewall alerted me of explorer.exe trying to send data to a Verisign site. I refused of-course.
Short after that my Norton virus scanner (NAVW32.EXE) also tried the same. Both of them multiple times.
I ran 2 different Anti-virus program's (Norton and symantec latest virus defs.) and both found nothing.
Also ran Lavasoft adaware...didn't find anything suspicious, just some cookies...as always.

Now i suspect i got some sort of virus or Trojan...don't know what...Help

A:Explorer and Norton antivirus trying to send data to verisign site

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Is anyone certified here??

Am working on and wanting to take the test on the last week of December.

I am watching professor messer vids.
Has any one tried test king?

Am getting the cram exam book next month.

A:getting N+ cert.

I am Network+ certified circa 2006. Anything you are looking for?

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Q: A+ cert

Hey, im just wondering if ne one knows the answer to this:
(since there are 2 parts to A+ cert.)
I took the old core hardware A+ test, 220-301, last summer, and i have school so i didnt take the other one. Now i want to take it the other half (OS), but there are new A+ tests now, so im wondering if i take the old OS test i still get the cert? Or is it useless? Or do i need to write both new ones?

A:A+ cert

Likely yes. Ask them. It all depends on whether they gave you a time frame by which you had to take the second test?
How much did you spend for the test taken? Did you pass well with a good score?

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Q: cert's

will there be certification on win xp?


the exams for win2k and XP will be interchangeable, from what i've heard. and so far, there won't be a required upgrade for current mcse's (for windows 2000)

you should check out http://www.microsoft.com/train_cert for more info...


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Hey all,

We've just set up a Cisco 3000 series VPN on our network, and are using an internal server here as the certificate server for the VPN clients.

Just one problem. I'm still fairly new to doing new things on Windows 2000.

So I've been going through Microslop's site trying to figure out exactly how to set up the certificate server here. But I haven't found anything which explains everything, or if I need to install something, (besdies Cisco's VPN client) on the client computers.

I've created a couple keys through Certificate Server, but have no idea how to go about using them, or how to view the keys like in NT, like;
You know, that big encrypted key.
So if anyone knows a quick explanation of this, or where to find a description of what I need to do, I will be forever indebted to you.

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I'm currently in 60-780 Operating Systems class and we will be taking the Windows 7 Cert this October. Is there any advice to prepare myself for it other than study? Any links to something I should check out would be helpful. I'm new here so thanks for the help guys!

A:Windows 7 Cert.

Give this ago

Its really helpful

Microsoft Virtual Academy ? Free IT Training, Online Learning of Microsoft Technologies

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We have a working DA environment using a single server, we are planning to go NLB  and Multisite but MS advises not to use a self signed cert for NLS which we currently do use.
I have created a Web server cert for our NLS server following the below issued by our internal CA

I add the NLS cert on our DA server, click next and then go to apply the DA settings.
When I do this it says DNS name does not exist. I can create this manually before adding the cert but it gets removed. If I tick use self-signed cert the DNS name gets created automatically.
I can't understand what I'm doing wrong and why DA will not accept our CA issued NLS cert

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Our Nessus vulnerability scanner has been flagging our computers with the following vulnerability: SSL Certificate Signed Using Weak Hashing Algorithm

Basically what it's telling us is that we need to upgrade the local Remote Desktop Certificate from SHA1 to SHA2.

These certificates are self-signed and self-generated by the local machine. If you look at the certificate you'll see that theIssued to: and Issued by: fields show the name of the local machine.

The question is: how do these auto-generated, self-signed certificates, which are currently SHA1, get upgraded to SHA2? Remember, these are not created by the local Enterprise CA, they're auto-generated by the local machine itself for Microsoft-branded software such as AD and RDC.

Looking for ideas/suggestions on how to do this.

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Dear all,
ATA cert in lightgateway DC or gateway are going to be expired. how can I update the cert?

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I installed ATA with the self signed certs as i was having trouble getting it to work.  Now that I have it working i want to put a real cert on the management site.  What is needed to complete this?  

Do i simply go to iis and change the cert?  
Do i also need to change it in the configuration page where it references it by ip address?
When i do that, do i need to redeploy / update the gateways?  

I am on 1.6 as of an hour ago.  Please reference the version number you are familiar with in your responses.  I would imagine that they are the similar if not identical but i want to be sure we are on the same page.  

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU Q 740 @ 1.73GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 30 Stepping 5
Processor Count: 8
RAM: 4084 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460M, 1536 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 463819 MB, Free - 373230 MB;
Motherboard: TOSHIBA, Qosmio X505-Q894
Antivirus: avast! Antivirus, Updated and Enabled

I keep getting a popup message about redirecting to a website that does not have a valid certificate, do i still want to proceed. This happens even when there is nothing else open on my computer. My computer had blue screened twice, done a check disk for errors spontaneously and can't successfully restore a previous windows restore point... although i think the windows restore issue is not related. I've had that issue since I bought the computer and even when it was put in for warranty for the issue it still couldn't update windows when they gave it back to me >.< I've backed up all my data. Thanks in advance for the assistance!

A:Go Daddy cert not valid.

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TCP and IP option leak.

If you, or any Cisco routers that you know of that directly face the Internet / do something silly like allow unACL'd web admin access, please upgrade IOS.

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Hey guys,

I have a few questions about how Windows 7 handles checking the internet for new certs and CRL's. We are looking to run Windows 7 Embedded in an offline configuration that still relies on creating a secure SSL negotiation with an in-house web application.
We're exploring options such as opening the our network's firewall to allow outbound access to GoDaddy\Microsoft CRL's and Microsoft's cert repository that it can get new Trusted Root certs from

1. When and how often does Windows check for new root certificates?
2. When and how often does Windows check the CRL's for cert revocations?
3. What websites does Windows look at for Microsoft's CRL and cert repository?


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I recently read that a Netherlands CA, DigiNotar, had been hacked so updates are coming out to remove it from the CA list but that it should mostly affect Iran. So today I got an error message trying to access my bank (neither it nor I have any connection with Iran). The error message said "Peer's certificate has been revoked".

It seems too much of a coincidence for this to be unrelated so my question is whether the problem is wider-spread than the article said, or did one of the updates revoke a wider range of certificates than was needed, or did I just get unlucky?

Does anybody know what's going on with this problem? Thanks.

A:Revoked cert problem

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I am intrested in taking the A+ certification exams. I have no formal training in these areas. I have been an I.S. manager for 7 years but would like to pursue the cert. for personal gratification.
Can someone give me names of the best documentation for both hardware and software exams and any other advice that might be helpful.
thanks, Geno

A:Advice please, best book for A+ cert

The best books I found for studying for exams are by coriolis.


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has anyone taken this?

A:How hard is the N+ cert test?

your book and transceder together is what i would use. dont bother too much with the vce

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Getting an invalid security cert. warning on chase.com. over the last 3 days on a home computer but not on other work computers at a different location. ?

A:invalid security cert

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An Introduction to Malware by CERT-UK:


An excellent, easily understood guide that covers the bare essentials of malware types - such as trojans, rasomware, phishing, keyloggers, rootkits, etc.

First rate infos.

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I have lost an ATA environment previously (late last year) because i did not deal with the expiring self-signed cert.  How do i tell if my recently built ATA environment is going to suffer the same fate?  Is there a quick check i can do to see
when the cert expires?

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Chrome decided to change the way they handle SSL certs and apparently the common name is no longer enough to pass validation.  So i am scrambling to change all of our SSL certs that we issue from our CA.  Because of this I have to update the ATA
web interface cert.  

When i go to the ATA console and select my new cert, my gateways sync up and when i try to activate it, it says activation failed.  I saw in another post to check a log file and here is my result.  Can anyone give me any info on what is going on

2017-04-30 03:13:45.7643 3052 393 d6bb349f-57b7-490b-841d-d9cd8b2039ae Error [CryptographicException] System.Security.Cryptography.CryptographicException: Bad Key.

   at System.Security.Cryptography.CryptographicException.ThrowCryptographicException(Int32 hr)
   at System.Security.Cryptography.RSACryptoServiceProvider.DecryptKey(SafeKeyHandle pKeyContext, Byte[] pbEncryptedKey, Int32 cbEncryptedKey, Boolean fOAEP, ObjectHandleOnStack ohRetDecryptedKey)
   at System.Security.Cryptography.RSACryptoServiceProvider.Decrypt(Byte[] rgb, Boolean fOAEP)
   at Microsoft.Tri.Infrastructure.Utils.SecurityProvider.ReencryptAsymmetric(Byte[] encryptedData, X509Certificate2 sourceCertificate, X509Certificate2 destinationCertificate)
   at Microsoft.Tri.Center.Management.Controllers.SystemProfileController.<UpdateGatewayConfigurationsAsync>d__16.MoveNext()
--- End of stack tr... Read more

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Whenever I try to play certain games on my Compaq 5420 d/top w/ Win. XP, about 5 to 10 mins. into the game, the keyboard locks up & the "half-moon" hibernation light comes on on the keyboard, however the rest of the computer & the game running continue to run fine, with both mouse or gamepad continuing to function normally.
This problem only seems to happen with Tomb raider 3 & Dungeon keeper 2 as well as Blaxun contact 4.4 ( a client prog. for the "Cybertown" 3d chat site).

A:Keyboard goes to sleep in cert. games

Just a few suggestions...

Try turning off all power saving features...

If that is a no go try uninstalling the games and reinstalling them under the compatibility mode Right click on the Setup.exe goto properties - the compatibility mode tab and check the box for run under compatibility mode and select the OS the game was designed for...

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I hope this is the place for this post... I've been thinking of getting A+ Certified. I also heard in Dec. or Jan. they will take out the DOS stuff and put in Windows 2000. I know both, but would one Cert. be better than the other - or is there an advantage to getting it now or waiting?




A:A+ Cert. - Get it now or wait for Win2K stuff???

Now or never. I too had this question in mind, but have settled for doing it asap.

BTW, DOS/WIN 95/98 are still quite wide spread.

After A+ try going for Network+, CCNA and MCP

Best wishes

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Do i need a certificate server to deploy EAP-TLS to laptops? We have a godaddy certficate that we purchased for our wireless network and i'm wondering if i can use that? I can push out the certificate via GPO, right? My main question is do i need to install
an CA server because we need to generate a client certificate. We are using NPS and cisco wireless controller. EAP-PEAP works, but my company wants to move to EAP-TLS.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.  

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Dell latitude d630 with smart card reader.
I want to use a smart card for authentication without a CA.
I kind of wonder if I can use any smart card of my choice (gas, groceries, credit) as an authentication device.
Can WinXp read the card, confirm my request to use it, and drive on?
Again, I want to use a self cert, or un-cert, card, a one-off card, as auth for my laptop.
Any suggestions?

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Hello All,

I just found out the the self signed cert I was using on the center machine has expired. I figured no big deal I will change out the cert and everything will be fine. I tried to go to the web page to login to ATA and found not page available. I notice the
service was not running on the center machine. I tried to start the service and the service will not start. I found the following error in the error logs:

2018-02-12 17:58:17.7830 1948 5   00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000 Error [SecretManager] Microsoft.Tri.Infrastructure.ExtendedException: Certificate is invalid [CertificateThumbprint=C2C1B90EE5CFDBFB6F2A0352EC88864029740A25]
   at Microsoft.Tri.Infrastructure.Framework.SecretManager.UpdateMutableConfiguration(SecretManagerConfiguration configuration)
   at Microsoft.Tri.Infrastructure.ActionExtension.<>c__DisplayClass1_0`1.<ToAsync>b__0(TItem _)
   at Microsoft.Tri.Infrastructure.Framework.ConfigurationManager`2.<>c__DisplayClass17_0`1.<<RegisterConfigurationAsync>b__0>d.MoveNext()
--- End of stack trace from previous location where exception was thrown ---
   at System.Runtime.ExceptionServices.ExceptionDispatchInfo.Throw()
   at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.TaskAwaiter.HandleNonSuccessAndDebuggerNotification(Task task)
   at Microsoft.Tri.Infrastructure.Framework.ConfigurationManager`2.<RegisterConfigurationAsync>d__19.MoveNext()
---... Read more

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Good Day to all. I hope you are fine and doing well.

I need your help about the Establishing the CERT/CSIRT

I am in phase of planning the CERT Process and Team. I will appreciate if you can help me for the following questions:

1. What Scope the CERT should have ideally it should address the incidents related to the information security i.e. Confidentiality/Integrity/Availability, but what will be the role of CERT in case of Physical Security Breach or Theft of Critical Hardware?

2. Should CSIRT also come in action in case of any IT Security Policy violation for example Pornography although it does not hit the three pillars of the IT Security CIA but it is against the company policy so who is going to take care of such policy violation?

3. How can I define the categorize incidents levels should I do it at high level for example DoS Attack, Hacking, Virus and Malicious Program and Unauthorized Access to Information or I should be more specific and define each incident in detail.

A:Establishing Scope of CERT/CSIRT

2. Considering that porn sites are known to install malware, I think CSIRT should come and do a scan. If nothing malicious is found, the team could at least wag a finger at the user. But, porn surfing can also be taken care of with a content filter at the gate.

3. Are you trying to assign priority to incident response? What do you want to use the levels for?

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Hi all,

Got a question if you please..

We recently installed an SSL cert as we were getting annoyed with the self cert ones.

Since we've installed this SSL cert our out of office isn't working. You can enable it either in outlook or OWA and set the message to both internal and external, but its just not actually being sent internal or externally.

It was working fine before the ssl was installed, but not afterwards. Any idea on where I need to look for this?


A:Out of Office stopped working since SSL cert installed

Sorry - I also want to add that all the pc's are for some reason set to use outlook anywhere (even though half of them are internal users only.. Not sure why or how that was setup?!)

Test exchange connectivity site came up with:

Testing SSL mutual authentication with the RPC proxy server.
Verification of mutual authentication failed.
Tell me more about this issue and how to resolve it
Additional Details

That site above tells you what it should match, our SSL cert says mail.domain.com and on the http over rpc it also shows as being "msstd:mail.domain.com"


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