OK. So I use multiple browsers on my computer, because I've had problems with every browser at least
once and always keep back ups. lol
Recently, Firefox hasn't let me on to hardly any websites. It directs me to a page that looks like this:
So I add the security exception, and make it permanent. But that doesn't work. It takes me to some sort of raw version of FB where I can't click on anything.
I looked around for information, and found that sometimes the internet messes up if you have the wrong date/time listed on your computer. So I made sure to sync my computer clock with the internet, and it STILL gives me this crap.
Looked around some more, and found that this:
(site name) uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate is not trusted because no issuer chain was provided. (Error code: sec_error_unknown_issuer)
Usually means this:
You may have enabled SSL scanning in your security software such as ESET or BitDefender. Try to disable this option.
But I have no goddamn idea what the hell that even means! I don't even have those programs on my computer!! I even uninstalled and re-installed FF, and tried deleting the cert8.db
file from the folder so FF could create a new one. THAT didn't work either.
(Whoops. This probably should have been in "Computer Problems". Sorry!)