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#1 MikeBastard   Buffo Manipulator CAGiversary!   2507 Posts   Joined 9.1 Years Ago  

MikeBastard

Posted 28 January 2010 - 10:18 AM

Okay, for about a week or not I've had a problem with amazon.com. Sometimes when I go there I'm told:

www.amazon.com uses an invalid security certificate.

The certificate is only valid for www.pricegrabber.com (sometimes it's only valid for *cafepress.com

(Error code: ssl_error_bad_cert_domain)

I've done the "add exception" thing and it just redirects Amazon to Pricegrabber, so that doesn't work.

I've done virus/malware scans, reinstalled browsers, cleared cookies and cache, messed with the router, etc. Nothing really helps. I can usually make it go away by flipping between AES and TKIP wireless security, but I want a real fix. I have a WRT160-N router.

I've googled a shit load and tried everything that came up, which hasn't been much. It's happening on my wife's computer as well. I think it might have to do with Firefox 3.6 even though it's still happening on my laptop after downgrading to Firefox 3.5.7.

The date and time to my computer are correct in both the system tray and the BIOS. I know that's the main problem people were having when you google it.
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#2 MikeBastard   Buffo Manipulator CAGiversary!   2507 Posts   Joined 9.1 Years Ago  

MikeBastard

Posted 28 January 2010 - 04:52 PM

Anybody, please? Sometimes Amazon will just randomly redirect to pricegrabber.com and other times I get the certificate error. I'm out of things to try. I've exhausted all of my resources.
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#3 Malik112099   Got Wife? CAGiversary!   8220 Posts   Joined 9.2 Years Ago  

Malik112099

Posted 28 January 2010 - 04:59 PM

Just do a google search on how to reset your SSL certificates
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#4 MikeBastard   Buffo Manipulator CAGiversary!   2507 Posts   Joined 9.1 Years Ago  

MikeBastard

Posted 28 January 2010 - 11:54 PM

Just do a google search on how to reset your SSL certificates


I've googled it and I can't find exactly what to do. It just says to reset your certificates, but not how to do it.
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#5 MikeBastard   Buffo Manipulator CAGiversary!   2507 Posts   Joined 9.1 Years Ago  

MikeBastard

Posted 29 January 2010 - 04:31 AM

halp
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#6 MikeBastard   Buffo Manipulator CAGiversary!   2507 Posts   Joined 9.1 Years Ago  

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Posted 29 January 2010 - 06:27 PM

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#7 Quillion   Not Proprietary CAGiversary!   2832 Posts   Joined 10.4 Years Ago  

Posted 29 January 2010 - 08:33 PM

Try this link: http://lmgtfy.com/?q...SL certificates

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#8 MikeBastard   Buffo Manipulator CAGiversary!   2507 Posts   Joined 9.1 Years Ago  

MikeBastard

Posted 30 January 2010 - 02:12 AM

Try this link: http://lmgtfy.com/?q...SL certificates


I've done that, but the issue is with Firefox and IE. It's happening on both my wife's and my computer. I don't think we both happened to all of a sudden do the same thing to trigger this error. It doesn't seem to be happening very much to other people so I doubt it's an issue with Amazon.
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#9 MikeBastard   Buffo Manipulator CAGiversary!   2507 Posts   Joined 9.1 Years Ago  

MikeBastard

Posted 01 February 2010 - 01:59 AM

Shit is still happening. It took a break from fucking around with me, but it's back again. Any other help?
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