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    Problem accessing SSL sites in Macbook Pro

    I have a Macbook Pro which runs with the Mountain Lion OS and now I am having issues with it where whatever websites which are based on SSL will not work at all but the same websites are working in my friends Mac which runs with Snow Leopard. How to resolve this problem? Please help.

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    matamanju Array
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    Re: Problem accessing SSL sites in Macbook Pro

    Hello Friend

    First of all you will buy the certificate.

    Now you will generate the CSR.

    You will enter the CSR at the place where you purchased the certificate.

    Reserve an IP address for you for your SSL web site.

    For having generated the CSR getting the dedicated IP.

    Now click the installing the certificate on your site and generally holding you hand through the entire process.

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    Giraffe Array
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    Re: Problem accessing SSL sites in Macbook Pro

    This error is related to the network you are using.SSL means Secure Socket Layer.It is a type of protocol in which the data is transferred through a secure socket layer.This is usually done in educational organizations where they want to block certain social networking websites.This error is usually occurred when there is:-

    -Some security problem.

    -Juniper Web Filtering is applied.

    -The websites are blocked by the service provider.

    The solution to your problem is:-

    -Make sure your security settings are correct.

    -It will be better if you reset them to default.

    -Make sure there is no web filtering used in your network connection.

    -Check whether the sites are blocked by the service provider.

    -If still problem persists,consult the service provider.

    -You can also download the Tor browser and connect to the concerned websites.

    -You can also apply anonymous add on to your firefox browser to get rid of this problem.

    Your problem will be solved.

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    Re: Problem accessing SSL sites in Macbook Pro

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    SSL means Secure Socket Layer,so the secure site required the authorized
    certificate for accessing the secure site.

    For resolving the Secure Socket Layer ,you need to enable the SSL, TLS 3.0 in your browser.

    1. So open the browser.

    2. Navigate the settings.

    3. Locate he encryption.

    4. Where you tick the box of "use SSL 3.0" and "Use TLS 3.0".

    5. By doing this you can access the secure site.


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