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I am running Windows 7 Ultimate on my desktop computer.  All of a sudden, whenever I try to go to a website I get a Certificate Error (see attachment), including the Experts Exchange website, Yahoo, Google, and other standard websites.  At the top of my screen is a bar that explains that content has been blocked (see attachment), and I'm given the "not recommended" option of accepting the "blocked content".  Since these are all trusted sites, I went ahead and opted to proceed to the website.  In some cases (as with Experts-Exchange) that got me to the website, though it took awhile to get the formatted website (by clicking on a number of links).  On other websites (e.g. GoToMyPC) I can never get past the main screen, always being sent back to the Certificate error.

Please help.

Thanks,

Phil
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Please check the date on your computer.
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Date would be the most common item to cause that situation for all sites.
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