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[quote=shadeclan] [quote=JamesD] Which version of KM are you using? I just went to www.google.com and clicked on the "sign in" and got a Google page with a name and password area. I am using KM 1.6.0 beta2. 1.6 has a newer engine than 1.5.4 and that could account for the difference. I have not tried with 1.5.4. I do have cookies but no proxy.[/quote] I'm using the last stable version, 1.5.4. I found that it's not just google - it's all https sites. I must have some sort of setting screwed up thats preventing K-Meleon from accessing secure sites. Edit: 20 Aug 8:42 am EDT - OK, here's the thing. Since it was a problem with https sites, I thought I'd hunt down where K-Meleon handles that sort of thing. I found it in: [b]Preferences/Privacy & Security/Encryption/Encrypted Transmission[/b]. I decided to play with the settings. I unchecked [b]Enable Transport Layer Security (TLS)[/b] and was able to access Google Mail. I decided to see if I could duplicate the previous behavior but when I rechecked [b]Enable Transport Layer Security (TLS)[/b] , I was still able to get into Google Mail or any https site. I will try rebooting to see if the problem returns, else it can be assumed that security was disabled after installation and poking at it reenabled it. Edit: 20 Aug 9:19 am EDT - I was able to reproduce the problem after the reboot. I am using WinXP with the latest updates on an Intel Pentium III, 1Ghz processor, 512 Mb RAM, COMODO firewall, Avira antivirus with WebGuard off and [url=http://www.toplang.com/internetlock.htm]Toplang Internet Lock[/url] to keep the kids honest ;).[/quote]
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