2 errors with CD


I’ve been using CD and I found 2 errors:

ERROR # 1: When I joined facebook (using the official url) I always get the following message:

[i]"It may not be safe to exchange information with this site.

The security (or SSL) certificate for this website indicates that the organization operating it may not have undergone trusted third-party validation that it is a legitimate business. Although the information passed between you and this website will be encrypted, you have no assurance of who you are actually exchanging information with, and many websites connected to cyber-crimes use this type of security certificate. Prior to exchanging sensitive information including login/password, personal identity information, or financial details such as credit card numbers with any website that generates this warning, you should find some alternative method of validating this business or consider abandoning the transaction".[/i]

Pic: http://img638.imageshack.us/img638/7999/error1i.jpg

Please, How can I avoid that message whenever I log on to facebook?.

ERROR # 2: When I login to hotmail and I am seeing my mails when I press the “back” button of the browser, it drives me out of hotmail. That is, when I see my mails, I can not use the back button.

Please, help me… Thanks.

Why do you think # 1 is an error? https://login.facebook.com/ has a DV (domain-validated) SSL certificate. That is why you get the warning message.

ok, I do not know about these things. Then, that message that appears when I join facebook, it´s normal?.

I await the solution for the Error # 2, please.

2nd: also not an error with the browser, you can get that problem under many others.

Yes it is normal. DV warning is a unique feature in Dragon. :slight_smile:

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So, no answer for this error?. This error only occurs with DC. I’ve tested Google Chrome and I never had that problem.

2nd: sneaky pages (Microsoft Internet Explorer, only, i guess …). Meanwhile drag&drop your Mailing tab to the Dragon’s tab, then click on a message, then hit backspace. Anyway, i’d use SHIFT+click to these pages.

Btw., i’m using hotmail.com since y2k and the only friendly browser is IE (NOR Chrome - i just installed back to test this - is working, so i really wonder how you could convince that browser to act otherwise =?).

ok Arkangyal. Thanks for the reply