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Internet Explorer won't allow me into my banking websites

Posted on 2014-03-12
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In IE 10 I try to go to my banking websites and it goes to the front page with the http address but when I click on the Login button it does open the https page.
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by:Andrew Morris
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It's Windows 7 HP SP1
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by:rick81
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to assist diagnosing the issues try using another web browser.  firefox, chrome, etc.
do any of these work?
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by:Andrew Morris
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Yes, works fine with Firefox and Chrome
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by:rick81
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Go to internet options, reset all your settings back to default, delete temp files, reset advanced settings etc.
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by:Andrew Morris
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Done all that and still does not work. I have scanned with Eset Online scanner, ComboFix, MalwareBytes, Ccleaner, RKill.

I have run a sfc /scannow

I have removed and added IE11. I have tried in compatibility mode, safe mode.

i have disabled startup items in MSCONFIG and also non Microsoft programs

Clueless as to the problem. My last resort is to re-install Windows
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rick81 earned 500 total points
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Try norton power eraser.

Also setup a new user profile on your computer, login as the new user and then try the banking website.
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by:Giladn
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Hi,

sounds annoying, don't you want to know the reason? did you try using wireshark for diagnostics? or even PAROS to see what happens when you click "login"?
try paros:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/paros/

did you check you are not using a proxy? how about trying with a different internet connection?

Gilad
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