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  1. I hope I’m not duplicating a prior thread, but I couldn’t find one on this topic IE6SP1 won’t load secure (https) sites anymore. Firefox3.5, mostly Firefox2.0, and Opera12 work OK with secure sites, so the network connection is not likely the problem In IE6, SSL3/TLS1 is enabled, security settings are set to default, cleared the cache, added secure sites to trusted sites, etc. I have installed the last Microsoft 2009 root certificates. I have reinstalled. The problem continues. It feels like secure sites are blocking IE6 I know IE6SP1 is obsolete: But I’m trying to get AOL9.0 to work. I think AOL9.0 is actually an Internet Explorer overlay. BTW, this bug also exists in my Win2K build Anybody else have experience with this bug? Any hints would be appreciated ....
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