Greetings EE Gods....
I humble to your wisdom. :)
I have an IE problem on a family member's machine, where any page requiring Logon/password results in immediate failure when form is submitted. Google mail is the primary example that resulted in the below screenshot.
Here's what she said:
I'm not sure what my dad said, but it's not a huge problem, so I don't want to take up your time if you're busy. However, if you do have a little extra time or this sounds familiar, here goes. When I'm trying to use internet explorer and access a site (such as my email) that requires a password, I get the standard error message saying it can't display the webpage (screenshot attached). This does not occur when I go to any non passworded site on Internet Explorer, nor does it occur when I use Firefox. However, when I try to use other applications that access the internet and require passwords to do so, such as iTunes or MSN messenger, I also get error messages, though what the error message says differs based on the program. The computer people here at school think it is because the cipher strength for Internet Explorer shows as 0-bit, rather than the standard and so I can't access any secure sites, but they were unable to fix it.