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Can someone help me repair this. Comment 32 Eric Ziegenhorn :ericz 2012-03-29 12:00:48 PDT My hardware requires it (and it's quite common hardware so sysadmins around the world will need to know about this setting until HP Many thanks. The second link instructions are for Windows 8 with a touchscreen laptop--I'm running Windows 10, no touchscreen laptop. this contact form

Which might be significant? For more information, visit the QuickTime Web site. I went back to the helpful thread and tried the next thing philipp suggested: going to the webpage, "https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2965142", and then clicking the, "known issues for Mozilla Firefox users" link. It won't let me view certain pages.

Peer's Certificate Has An Invalid Signature. (error Code: Sec_error_bad_signature)

So Firefox is stuffed!! It was the salmon mousse! After a fair amount of research and tinkering, the second link is what finally made me able to access facebook, google, yahoo, and youtube. It seems to have to do with a new certificate verification method introduced with firefox 31.0 causing issues in a more roundabout way ...

A possible solution to the carpal tunnel mouse click issue with turn ins. Many thanks. In my view, there seems to be some issue with 4096 bit CAs. Firefox "secure Connection Failed" "sec_error_bad_signature" This was an internal certificate authority.

But at the moment, I have to say with tearful eyes: Firefox is getting worse with any new major-release... Someone necroed it and it appeared in the today's post list. I tried to reproduce the scenario that required you to force quit Firefox. https://support.mozilla.org/questions/1013113 Use a self signed certificate.

It has been an issue with *all* versions of Firebox for the last 3+ years (at least). Facebook Sec_error_bad_signature While I was unable to determine if it was SHA-1 causing the problem with Firefox users, issuing a new SSL certificate did fix this for everyone. All rights reserved.Digital Point modules: Sphinx-based search Privacy PolicyTerms of ServiceSupport Dungeons & Dragons OnlineĀ® interactive video game (c) 2014 Warner Bros. FireFox ESR may also be worth a try.

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Thanks Rob and jscher2000. I think that thread should be made sticky or something, so people can use that cert, if it happens again. Peer's Certificate Has An Invalid Signature. (error Code: Sec_error_bad_signature) c) The error message isn't helpful, as you can't see *why* FF thinks the signature is bad (although that might be inevitable...) Comment 34 gml4410 2012-08-30 09:05:03 PDT "I usually use Sec_error_bad_signature Firefox 45 and other countries, and are used with permission.

The engineers are currently trying to resolve the issue, but in the meantime, you can work around this by changing the following configuration: Type in about:config in your address bar. weblink Comment 12 Kai Engert (:kaie) 2007-11-29 03:00:20 PST (In reply to comment #11) > > For Firefox 2.0: > 1. I've made a small example. makes email unreliable. Sec_error_bad_signature Windows 10

My CA certificate is installed both in Windows registry and Firefox. I am not able to lg in via Firefox atm., receiving (Fehlercode: sec_error_bad_signature) every time I want to log into my foruma ccount or even try to watch the Forum as Please ask a new question if you need help. navigate here Click Advanced.

You might PM Jerry and suggest that that thread be stickied in the tech assist area or in some way made available for people to find that are having trouble. Firefox Secure Connection Failed Authenticity Of The Received Data Could Not Be Verified Does that help? Deleting them (internal certificates) helped for a week (we were able to confirm security exception), but then, week later, the very same problem appeared again, on the same computers; it affects

Mozilla did not have this problem.

You should re-key your certificate. Modified August 9, 2015 at 11:49:03 AM PDT by Yuril philipp Top 10 Contributor Moderator 4271 solutions 19179 answers Posted 8/9/15, 12:01 PM Chosen Solution in case you want to use One suggested fix is to disable Family Safety; that is not an option. Avast Dashboard Reply With Quote 08-02-2014,12:07 PM #5 zwiebelring View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message The Hatchery Join Date Sep 2009 Location Here Posts 2,476 Did all this except scanning for malware,

For IE7: 1. jscher2000 Top 10 Contributor 5746 solutions 47259 answers Posted 9/24/12, 12:03 PM I don't recall seeing that one before. Until then I will have to use Chrome browser which has no problems. his comment is here Comment 37 Gordon Lack 2013-01-20 05:08:11 PST This issue persists for me (18.0.1).

Therefore it's by design to reject the cert and not allow you to add an exception and would make the original request invalid. Can anyone help me please? Click on Customize next to Web Shield. when a solution is found.

Not to rub it in, just for comparison. Comment 57 David Keeler [:keeler] (use needinfo?) 2016-06-21 10:05:25 PDT (In reply to Gordon Lack from comment #56) > (In reply to David Keeler [:keeler] (use needinfo?) from comment #55) > But why only firefox and why only this forum? Every other category of www.ddo.com/en works.

Note that I think maybe report of bug 443972 is a duplicate, and other reports of bug 659736, bug 545606, and bug 660749 are related some how, but not duplicates. If you do that you'll lose everything but the hard coded NSS CA certificates.

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