Firefox 16.02 on Win 7: with the latest update to Firefox I am encountering the same question that others have had, about why I cannot connect to https location
Firefox 16.02 on Win 7 Home Premium. 8 GB Ram, 500 GB HD. Reference to Trust Manager appears instead of the site I have entered, and I cannot locate the Trust Manager in either the Firefox (which gives me some inane referrals) nor in Windows. What do I do now?
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Not sure how often
This started when...
Today is the first day I have directly called an https:
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