Verisign certificates

  immer 17:20 05 Sep 03

I have been trying to log in to BT but I keep getting messages saying my certificates are not valid. It seems a programme called verisign is blocking me out but it is so far as I can see wrong in what it is telling me. Its not a windows program but has no uninstallation method . What should I do to get rid of it. I dont know how I picked it up- must have been a freebee somewhere. Help please.

  Forum Editor 18:15 05 Sep 03

is one of the world's largest and most respected digital certificate company, and you'll find many big e-commerce sites that have payment areas protected by Versisign.

It sounds to me as if you may have installed a trial version of a Verisign certificate which has expired - do you recall doing something like that?

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