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xml.freecause.com:443 uses an invalid security certificate. The date, year, time all are correct on my Vista system.

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The first time it happened, I rebooted, and it seemed to be OK... Now it's back again... and the error message will not go away when I cancel.... keeps popping back up - to close the page, I have to quickly X the page immediately after hitting cancel.

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here is what i did i opened up two windows , went in to the one that would work , clicked on firefox opened up add ons went to extensions and removed every one and this mainly shows up for one called free cause tool bar support or something , its the one causing the problem , but if u delete it and the problem consists i suggest deleting all the extensions , and if u really need them just re install them when the website asks for them.

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.0; WOW64) AppleWebKit/535.1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/14.0.835.186 Safari/535.1

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I opened up Mozilla Firefox using Chrome... looked through the info but couldn't find a solution.

Drew423 1 solutions 1 answers

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here is what i did i opened up two windows , went in to the one that would work , clicked on firefox opened up add ons went to extensions and removed every one and this mainly shows up for one called free cause tool bar support or something , its the one causing the problem , but if u delete it and the problem consists i suggest deleting all the extensions , and if u really need them just re install them when the website asks for them.

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Thanks Drew - that did the trick!

Steverd 0 solutions 1 answers

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Same problem, using Firefox 6, Windows 7 I did not have any Free Cause items listed in my extensions. Nothing new, but a Gamers Unite toolbar had a recent update. I uninstalled Gamers Unite and the problem vanished!

melstepp 0 solutions 1 answers

The problem is with the GamersUnite! Snag Bar. This is posted on their website:

If you're seeing this error on your FireFox browser, we apologize for it, we're seeing it too. We're looking to fix this asap.

It's related to the toolbar framework we use, and we are desperately trying to contact them to fix it.

Sorry for the great inconvenience caused.

They suggest you disable the add-on until it is fixed.