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To: SunkenCiv

So what does this mean. Should I change my gmail passwords?


3 posted on 03/23/2011 7:30:44 PM PDT by fso301
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The certificates have all been revoked and no Web browser should now accept the fraudulently issued certificates if revocation checking is enabled.

Enable CRL checking in your browser if it is not already. In IE, go to Tools > Internet Options > Advanced and then scroll down to the "Security" section. Verify that "Check for server certificate revocation" is selected. If it is not, check it and then restart your browser. After that, you will be OK.
4 posted on 03/23/2011 7:44:05 PM PDT by advance_copy (Stand for life or nothing at all)
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To: fso301

BTW, you could go ahead and change your gmail passwords. If you happened to end up in a bogus imposter web site and it got your password (you probably did not), you’ll need to change it. And never click through if you get a certificate error message.


6 posted on 03/23/2011 7:46:52 PM PDT by advance_copy (Stand for life or nothing at all)
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To: fso301
So what does this mean. Should I change my gmail passwords?

Depends. If your DNS thinks gmail is over by the Caspian Sea, I'd be worried.

19 posted on 03/24/2011 11:40:12 PM PDT by cynwoody
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