I am having a lot of trouble accessing many sites due to "security certificate errors".
I always get the following message in IE7 in the yellow bar at the top of the browser, accompanied by the popup box "Did you notice..." (the bar at the top with this message.
"To help protect your security, Internet Explorer has blocked this website from displaying content with security certificate errors. Click here for options."
The options are to "Display Blocked Content", "What's the Risk", and "More Information", which takes you to a help file which has some information about messages that appear in the yellow bar at the top of the browser, but not THAT message... other ones about Active-X controls, Popups, and the like... nothing about security certificate errors.
When this occurs, there is a red background to the URL of the page, and a smaller window in the address bar also with a red background which says "Certificate Errors" If I click on that box, and then on the "View Certificate" and add that certificate to the "Trusted Root Cerificate Store" to make it trusted, as it says to do in the dialog box I get when I view the certificate, I still get the message in IE7 and an endless cycle of the "Did you notice... " dialog box accompanied by the yellow bar at the top of the browser with the 'To help protect your security..." message.
Even if I add the site to the IE7 Trusted Sites Zone, it still does this. Previously with KIS 6 as I recall there would be a box popping up that would suggest you add the site to your trusted sites, but with IE7 this does not happen. I do notice that if I go to the Settings; Firewall; Trusted Sites, there is a checkbox under "Trusted Zone" (which is checked) which says Microsoft Internet Explorer security zones".. which it would seem should include all the sites listed in IE7's trusted sites in the KIS trusted sites without specifically adding them to there as well?
The only way I could successfully log on to Bank of America was to Exit KIS.
Then it worked fine, so I know that it is not a IE7 problem after all, since it does not happen if KIS is not running.
Is there a solution to this please?