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How to Fix: Java 'Expired or not-yet-valid Certificate' Error

Infopackets Reader Tom G. writes: " Dear Dennis, I recently had to reinstall Windows, which also required reinstalling all my programs. Ever since then, whenever I try to access my work's website (which uses a Java applet), I receive an error ... message that says: 'Your security settings have blocked an application with an expired or not-yet-valid certificate from running.' I cannot proceed past that, and am therefore unable to access the website. The Java applet worked fine before I reinstalled Windows, so how can I get past this error? " My response: I had a sneaking suspicion that the website ... (view more)

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'Windows Firewall Notifier 1.6.2', and 'Expired Cookies Cleaner 1.03'

Windows Firewall Notifier 1.6.2 Windows Firewall Notifier (WFN) is a program that extends the default Windows embedded firewall tool, allowing it to handle outgoing connections. This expanded firewall tool displays information about the system's ... current connections, and also updates users when changes occur. http://wokhan.online.fr Expired Cookies Cleaner 1.03 Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) normally stores cookies in different files on your hard disk drive. The more you browse the web, the more cookies pile up on your PC. This Expired Cookies Cleaner software allows you to remove expired ... (view more)

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'Encryption Pack For Ms Office', and 'Expired Cookies Cleaner'

Encryption Pack for Ms Office MS Office offers a simple way to protect a document by using a password entry. This provides a basic security for MS Word, Excel documents (.DOC, .XLS, .PPT) from unauthorized access. But security specialists do not ... recommend to use build-in MS Office security features. For example: take a quick browse through Google and you'll be able to turn up as many MS Office password crackers as you like. Encryption Pack for MS Office, on the other hand, is a great way to protect your documents using strong encryption. http://www.rohos.com/encryption-pack/ Expired Cookies ... (view more)

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