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MacBook Pro :: Websites Not Encrypted - Can't Recognize Certificate


Are any of you having this problem? Yesterday I installed the most recent patch from Apple in my Macbook Pro, can�t remember the number of it, sorry about that. Today I noticed a serious fault in my computer. When I�m trying to access any website that is supposed to be encrypted (ie. Paypal, banks, etc) they aren�t encrypted or are only partially encrypted. I am pretty sure that this wasn�t happening before. I haven�t installed any software recently and everything was working fine until yesterday, the day I installed the security update. So I guess it�s not a coincidence. When I try it on Firefox the websites are not encrypted and when I try it on Safari I get a warning from Safari saying that it can�t recognise the certificate or that is invalid. Any of you have experienced this?


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