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FIX: Certificate error when you try to visit an SSL website


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After you select security update 961260 (MS09-002) on a new computer that is running Windows or Vista Windows Server 2008, you may experience problems viewing certain web pages located in different Internet security zones. If a problem occurs, open a message like this:

963027MS09-014: Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer
If you previously used any of the workarounds described earlier in this article, you will need to remove the specific workaround.

Revert Workaround 8: Disable Protected Mode for this Trusted Sites Zone

Revert Workaround 4: Modify Registry Type to disable the control key feature that includes the property introduced in the updatesecurity 961260 (MS09-002)

This is typically done by editing the iexplore.exe DWORD value and assigning it a separate value in the following registry subkey:

Important! This section, method, or task contains instructions for modifying the registry. However, if you change the registry type incorrectly, serious problems can occur. So be sure to follow these steps often. Added to protect, back up your computer before changing it. The person can then repair the registry when your own problem occurs. For more information about backing up and fixing the registry, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

Click start , enter regedit using the Start Search box, then click regedit.exe in the program list.

When asked for an administrator password or confirmation, enter your password or click Next.

More information about the security updateFor details about 961260 (MS09-002), see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

  • You can also get a hexadecimal error code, for example 0x0000000A, 0x0000003B, 0x000000EF, 0x00000133, 0x000000D1, 0x1000007E, 0xC000021A, 0x0000007B, 0xC0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.

  • This article does not publish all error codes, but since many error codes have actual potential solutions, it is best to follow the steps below to fix the blue screen error.

  • Problems with security vouchers may indicate an attempt to intercept you or spoof the information you send to the server.

    We strongly recommend that you close this page and do not visit this important site.

    If you came to this page via a link, check the website’s global address in the address bar to make sure it’s the one you expected. When accessing a website with a name such as https://example.com, be sure to add “www” to https://www.example.com. If you ignore such an error and continue, do not enter most of the personal information onwebsite. For more information, see “Certificate Errors” in Internet Explorer Help.

    After clicking “Continue” to return to this site (not recommended), absolutely nothing happens.

    This issue occurs when the SSL website you are trying to visit is still in a zone that has more restricted permissions than a specific Internet zone, such as a large intranet zone.

    A supported hotfix is ​​now available from Microsoft. However, it is believed that this only solves the problem that many have described in this article. Apply one only to systems that frequently encounter this particular issue. This fix may be subject to further testing. Therefore, unless you are severely affected by this issue, we recommend that your organization wait for the next service migration that contains this fix.

    To resolve the issue immediately, contact Microsoft Customer Support to obtain a fix. For a complete list of Microsoft Customer Support phone numbers and support costs, please click here.Go to the Microsoft website:

    http://support.microsoft.com/contactus/?ws=support
    Note. In special cases, the charges typically charged by telephone companies may not be charged, according to experts, if a Microsoft support specialist determines that an exceptional update will solve your problem. The Standard Support Fee is for additional support and questions that do not qualify for this particular update.