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Problems loading some web pages
I have 2 problems which have just started occuring when I try to access websites, 400 Bad Request messages and pop up window asking for a user name and password for normally open sites.
An example of the Bad Request message occurs when I go to the Guardian webpage https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2012/jul/11/top-10-pembrokeshire-walks which displays normally but when I try to follow one of the links which should take me to National Trust pages I get the 400 Bad Request message. I have used this website before with no problem but this has started occuring on this and other sites over the last week. I also get the message when I try to go to http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/ from the bookmark I have used for many years.
The other problem occurs when I type www.nationaltrust.org.uk, I get a pop up window which says Authentication required - Mozilla Firefox http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk is requesting your user name and password. The site says: DSL-3782 Usaer name Password.
Cancelling the pop up causes 401 Unauthorised message If I give it any usename and pass word it comes back the the blank pop up again except when I enter my DSL-3782 router username and passwood which gives routers Internet status page with no errors or messages.
I have tried clearing caches etc. with no effect.
These problems also occur on some other websites and on my laptop.
Has anyone had these problems? What is the cure?
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There is security software like Avast, Kaspersky, BitDefender and ESET that intercept secure connection certificates and send their own.
Websites don't load - troubleshoot and fix error messages
Thank you for the advice. I have since discovered that the problem exists with other devices including iPADs and smart phones, so I think it must be router or ISP problem rather than a PC or Firefox problem. I am awaiting the delivery of a new router which may cure the problem.
Also, have your ISP check your service.