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    Why have I lost ability to get pages in HTTPS sites?

    All of a sudden I have lost the ability to access HTTPS sites --- my bank, medical supplier, insurance etc. The green band extends over the name in the address area but nothing ever appears. Just white space. I've tried both CHROME and IE9.

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    Many of the sites in questions have been have been upping there security for obvious reasons. Just recently I have started having problems accessing the bill pay portion of my banking site using IE 9 so I just use Chrome 17 for this activity. These things happen from time to time as these secure sites continue to try to stay ahead of the bad guys. I hate it as much as the next guy, but I want to keep my money and other assests safe. I suspect this might be your problem.

    Are you able to access non-secure sites (HTTP) with no problems?
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    Just so. Should I refresh my certificates? If so, how?

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    I did not do anything other than use Chrome for this one type transaction to my banking site. That's why I keep a back up browser. I suspect there might be something like that keeping that portion from working, but I do not know what it is so I just us Chrome when I have to pay bills. Perhaps someone will come up with a solution that fixes your problem and helps me as well. Until then I use Chrome when I find a site IE 9 does not work on.
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    See if any of the steps detailed here help:
    http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic41067.html

    Jerry

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