If you are using Safari, Click on Safari in the top left and choose Empty Cache.
Quit Safari and start it again. If this doesn't fix the issue. The next step would be to download flash player since Target uses Flash. You can download it here. http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/
okay, when I quit safari and start it again, how do I contact you if I have more questions?
Bookmark this page to come back to it
no dice, i'll try the flash player
still nothing. It says that the website's certificate is invalid, but even though I accept it, the website won't display the blocked content
On other websites it will display the content. This just started less than a week ago
well, Target.com works, but I still can't view my Amazon account
In the top right of your computer is the clock. Make sure the date and time is right since certificates look at this.
yup, both are correct.
What is the settings for accept cookies?
"Only from sites I visit".
Click on the face icon on the left-hand side of your dock
Click on Go at the very top and Utilities. Open Keychain Access. Click on Keychain Access and then keychain first aid. Type your password XXXXX click on start.
do i need to click on verify or repair?
Click on repair
Let me know if it repairs anything
Checking keychain configuration for michellecrowe (user ID=501)
Home directory is /Users/michellecrowe
Checked login keychain
Checked default keychain
Checked keychain search list
Checked contents of ~/Library/Keychains/login.keychain
Checked contents of /var/db/com.symantec/Symantec.keychain
No problems found
I know that Amazon uses Verisign, and I went in and manually "trusted" the certificate, and still nothing happened
What other websites other then Amazon does this happen?
I tried it again after I installed flash player and it still didn't work
when I click on the little lock in the upper right hand corner of the browser screen it says "this certificate is not yet verified". Even when I verify it through keychain the site still doesn't display the images
It's a large download but I would reinstall 10.6.4 to fix the corrupted certificates that you have. It is available here. http://support.apple.com/kb/dl1048
You can also use firefox as an alternative for now. www.firefox.com
Well, I tried to install the security update at the apple support link you gave me, but it says that this volume doesn't meet the requirements for the system update
It doesn't work in Firefox either. Do you think it could be a virus?
I don't. I'm out of town right now
I just don't understand why it keeps telling me that it can't verify the website, and that it could be someone else impersonating that website. That's what made me think it was a virus
you, Tom, are a golden god
I don't know why it reverted back after I fixed it the first time. I should have double checked it when you asked about it, but the calendar said the 1st and the time was right. Turns out it was set to Feb 1st