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My Facebook webpage is not displaying properly

When i use my shortcut to facebook it produces a screen saying the certificate is not recognised
at the beginning of the URL it also displays the 'https://' with a REDLINE thru it?

When i then acknowledge the 'invalid cetificate' and the facebook login page displays as soon as I log in I just get a white screen with some text and icons off screen to the left hand side
I have tried to logon on 2 different computers now and get the same result each time
???
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aphuk
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livianCommented:
Try to access directly without secure http like: http://www.facebook.com
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TazDevil1674Commented:
I presume this is Chrome you are using?  I have seen similar issue on a PC I have both with IE9 & FF.

Interested if anyone has resolved this!
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aphukAuthor Commented:
@livian -  still same result. Page says "SSL Error The servers security certificate is not valid"
"Proceed anyway" " Back to safety"

For all - am using Google Chrome 18.0.1025.152m
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livianCommented:
That means you have selected secure browsing in your account security. Got to Account Settings -> Security and disable Secure browsing. Or use Firefox :)
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aphukAuthor Commented:
Cannot find it? Is it a Chrome setting?
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livianCommented:
No this setting is on your facebook account. Also you can try to clear cookies and temporary internet files.
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aphukAuthor Commented:
I have just used yet another PC and am able to get to my Facebook account so this problem appears to be with the other 2 PC's. I have been using them both in an office. Is it possible that the network I logged on to has modified these PC's to prevent them accessing certain sites?
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livianCommented:
Yest this is possible too if in your office you are using a proxy server.
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aphukAuthor Commented:
so where can i configure the proxy settings?
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aphukAuthor Commented:
OK just found it ... no proxy server is enabled
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aphukAuthor Commented:
So what else could be causing this?
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Manoj PatilSr. Software EngineerCommented:
HI,

ITS ONLY THE DATE-TIME PROBLEM OF YOUR MACHINE..... CORRECT IT AND ENJOY INSTANTANEOUSLY
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aphukAuthor Commented:
@techChallenger1
Thank You!!
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