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Topic # 27538 29-Oct-2008 22:32
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I'm getting the following messages when I try and logon to ANZ Internet Banking (and similar for Google Mail as well):

Secure Connection Failed

banking2.anz.com uses an invalid security certificate.

The certificate will not be valid until 5/21/2008 12:00 PM.

(Error code: sec_error_expired_certificate)
 As It is well past the date mentioned I'm a bit confused. I've contacted the bank but after trying a few steps using Firefox(3) and IE7 the best they could suggest was going to Microsoft.com and updating my certificates. After searching on the site for a while I can't see anyhting that has helped. Any suggestions? I've been through both browsers settings by the way. Also I can log on the sites with my wifes PC no problem at all so it must be my Windows (which is XP Pro SP3).
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Reply # 174651 30-Oct-2008 16:07
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freitasm: And you are absolutely sure the date and time on your PC are correct?


Of course I was about to write but I decided to check again and it was showing 2008.......30th.........of.........March.
Did I mention I wear glasses? Weird as I don't recall toucing the time and date for ages. Oh well thanks anyway!Sealed

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