What to Do about Expired Security Certificates on Home Computers?

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If you get a message about an expired security certificates, what I recommend is first, make sure you have a good updated antivirus. Second, if you know the site say yes to the message that appears asking if you want to go to the site. But if you are not sure about the site, do not enter.
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1. Conduct a "WHOIS" information search of the domain name and check its listed expiration date. Most domain registrars allow up to a 40-day grace period for renewals, but
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check the date and clock on your computer and make sure thats its set properly.
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If you use a browser older than Netscape version 4.06 or Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.5 or older for the Macintosh, then entering the Bill Marsh Royalty Free Photography secure server
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