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trusted sites - excess security ?


Creditman

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I regularly logon to ebay & many ebay sites are on my trusted sites list. Recently a security warning pops up asking if I want to allow the current site to open. Every time, the page in question is actually already on the trusted list. Why is this happening ? How can I stop trusted sites being treated as though they are not trusted ? Manyt hanks

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spuds

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What trusted site list program are you using?.

Are you going straight to the sites or using an alternative link within the original site to open the new site?.

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Creditman

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spuds

Thanks. Programe is standard Windows XPHome sp3 under Tools/Intrnet optios/security. Sites in question are those I find on ebay searches. This problem only started recently & I have made no changes to system

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Creditman

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spuds

Forgot to mention - using I.E8. Thanks

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northumbria61

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Take a look here link text

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Creditman

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northumbria61

Many thanks for that.

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northumbria61

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Please post again if this solves your problem - for the benefit of others.

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