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I have a site that is being blocked be Mozilla

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Mozilla is blocking my bank web site. I thought it was their web site until i log in using Internet Explorer. I use this site almost daily. I was able to get into it last week but not this week. This is my business account. i want to keep using Mozilla but may be forced to use something else if i can not get this site unblocked.

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Trh resetting your browser. And make sure that you are using the original site. And you can bypass this warning easily. Check for the option for adding this site to an exception(go to settings for adding or u may ad it from the warning page)

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How do i do that

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The web page isn't loading at all on my screen. It might be down which is why you received the "Secure Connection Failed" error. Here's also a report by a website that detects if other websites are working or not: http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/http://web4.secureinternetbank.com/

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Are you logging in using https://leominstercu.com?

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i go into http://www.bankozarks.com/ and then get redirected to //web4.secureinternetbank.com/. its not the site. the site opens when i use internet explorer. This just started this week.

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I see now. The "Secure Connection Failed" error appeared because when Firefox attempted to connect to the website, it was unable to connect to it in a secure way. Most banking websites (should) have encryption which prevents hackers from intercepting information that you send to it, but Firefox couldn't connect to the website through the encrypted connection correctly. Browsing on banking websites without encryption is dangerous which is why Firefox blocked it. There doesn't appear to be any way to bypass this error, so you might need to use Internet Explorer for now (at least to access the website). I reported this error to Mozilla, and hopefully they'll recognize that it's a secure website, if it is secure at all.

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