due to the Security Certificate, at one end or the other, having expired or is not issued by a recognized authority. The DOD is fond of issuing certificates themselves but they are not a recognized issuing authority. Then you get the warning.
There is not a lot you can change in Safari to cause this to happen. IE is a little more lax, imaging that, when it comes to checkin security certs.
Sorry I can be of much help with this one, did you install the Java update recently?
A problem just started on my PowerBook G4, running OS 10.3.9 that I can?t get a handle on. All of a sudden and just in Safari 1.3.1 (v312.3.3) and in no other browser I get a message like the one below when I try and and access certain features of a site.
>Safari can?t open the page ?https://webmail.nyc.rr.com:443/? because it couldn?t establish a secure connection to the server ?webmail.nyc.rr.com?.<
I?m fairly certain that I didn?t change anything (but-no-I wouldn?t bet my life on it or yours)-no cookie change, or certificate change or anything like that. I'm also fairly certain that I?m not doing anything new and different at those sites.
Has anybody heard of something like this? Does anyone have a solution for me?