[citation][nom]zoemayne[/nom]i just deleted it from my certificate list. heres how: http/support.mozilla.com/en-US/k [...] r-ca-cert. update all browsers[/citation] is just a link to make money, leads to a blank page on mozilla's site and routes through viglink which is a ad company.
[citation][nom]zinabas[/nom]is just a link to make money, leads to a blank page on mozilla's site and routes through viglink which is a ad company.[/citation]
I guess its something with toms just run a search on support.mozilla.com
to test if your browser is safe from this certificate go to:
[citation][nom]memadmax[/nom]Not surprising....Don't expect any "privacy" on the net once you plug that modem in...Yea, yea, yea, there are people that claim things are "secure". But when you have military computers that are flat out not allowed connection to any network...... yep...[/citation]
You are absolutely right, I know a couple of people who work in Defense. Their computers are not connected to the Internet. They also can't take camera phones or flash drives into work.