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stopping certificate pop up boxes in scrapebox -normal instructions arent working?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by GoogleAlchemist, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. GoogleAlchemist

    GoogleAlchemist Regular Member

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    these damn annoying pop up boxes in slow poster in scrapebox having to do with the certificate of the current site. ive tried the usual ie settin tweaks that ive found online but they still keep popping up.
    they just hang there which stops the program from running all night while i sleep...very frustrating.

    ive gotten to the point where ive disabled any setting i see that says 'prompt' and messed with all the certificate related buttons as well. they still keep happening

    help plz
     
  2. solidsnake

    solidsnake Junior Member

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    check your system date and time
     
  3. GoogleAlchemist

    GoogleAlchemist Regular Member

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    interesting...are you referring to doing something other than double clicking the clock in the lower right hand corner?
    for some reason it is always set on pacific/west coast time, even though i am on the east coast .

    anytime i apply new settings it just reverts back to the old west coast settings.

    how does this correlate to the certificate problem?

    ill attatch a screenshot of the offending certificate related pop up to this post since i dont seem to be able to update the original post.

    thanks
     

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    jack880 Newbie

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    Yes it generally may be due to date and time error but if pbm persists then you can takke help from scrapebox guide...
    Regards
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  5. GoogleAlchemist

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    i had to apply settings so it was set to my time zone vs just applying a new time and date. zone was wrong hehe

    i thought it was fixed but i got the same error again since then

    i have asked sbox support and they said to google it,which i did for no help

    any other ideas guys?
     
  6. realmanmag

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    Couple of things to try.

    Run Ccleaner before posting.

    IE > Tools > Internet Options > Security Tab > Custom Level > Miscellaneous > Display mixed content. By default its set to prompt, set it to Enable.

    Go to Internet Explorer-> Tools->Internet Options->Advanced

    And from there uncheck these two options under the Security sub-heading: "Check for publisher's security revocation", "Check for server security revocation" now press ok and restart both Internet Explorer and ScrapeBox.
     
  7. GoogleAlchemist

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    figured i would pop back in here to help others.

    the below is what finally, completely solved this pesky issue

    Originally Posted by http://support.microsoftDOTcom/kb/931125
    Root Update Package (intended for Windows XP only)
    For users running Windows XP, the root update package will update the list of root certificates on your computer to the list that is accepted by Microsoft as part of the Microsoft Root Certificate Program. The file is updated periodically to add or remove root certificates or CAs from distribution by the Program.

    The file is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:
    http://wwwDOTdownload.windowsupdate.co...n/rootsupdDOTexe