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I am continually getting a "sec_error_ocsp_future_response" error message when trying to navigate, including to you, which is why I had to go to

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I could not even connect to you so I had to leave Firefox and go to Internet Explorer to contact you. I came to Mozilla Firefox due to IE not supporting some of the websites I go to as it is not new enough even though it is the highest that will load on my 'Windows Vista' System. I used Firefox long ago, when it first came out and had no problems. . . now it seems not to load most sites including yours. Is there a way to get rid of this error message problem? Thanks

I could not even connect to you so I had to leave Firefox and go to Internet Explorer to contact you. I came to Mozilla Firefox due to IE not supporting some of the websites I go to as it is not new enough even though it is the highest that will load on my 'Windows Vista' System. I used Firefox long ago, when it first came out and had no problems. . . now it seems not to load most sites including yours. Is there a way to get rid of this error message problem? Thanks

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This message - "sec_error_ocsp_future_response" - nearly always indicates that your system clock is set to a past date or time. Could you double check that all three of these are correct in Windows:

  • Date
  • Time
  • Time zone

Sometimes if you have Windows set to use an internet-based time service to update your clock, that service can get behind. In that case, you can just set your own time locally.

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This message - "sec_error_ocsp_future_response" - nearly always indicates that your system clock is set to a past date or time. Could you double check that all three of these are correct in Windows:

  • Date
  • Time
  • Time zone

Sometimes if you have Windows set to use an internet-based time service to update your clock, that service can get behind. In that case, you can just set your own time locally.