Some websites can't be accessed :(

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by T15K6, Oct 21, 2021.

  1. T15K6

    T15K6 MDL Junior Member

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    Hi, using windows 7 without all updates Some websites can't be accessed, there is any method to fix this without download updates? or all updates?
     
  2. (\_/)^(\_/)

    (\_/)^(\_/) MDL Member

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    accessing world wide web doesnt matter to windows security patches.
    might be those domains are blocked in your region.
    kindly cross check the same with other system using same ISP.
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    cross check if you can access those domains after using a proxy or vpn or just setting dns to cloudflare 1.1.1.1 / google 8.8.8.8 etc etc.
     
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  3. kaljukass

    kaljukass MDL Guru

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    • Give some examples to try them, maybe they are available at moment or maybe at all disappeared for now.
    • And one more thing is important to know - what browser do you use and is it used directky or uses some VPN, proxy etc.
     
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  4. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Install MSIE 11?
     
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  5. DhruboZ

    DhruboZ MDL Novice

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    I also face this issue, this is due to certificate issue in windows 7
     
  6. kaljukass

    kaljukass MDL Guru

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    Looks like they're using a free url encryption license and auto-renewal isn't turned on. It should now be fine, they have the current license from 20/08/2021 to 18/11/2021
    The next time this happens again, the license has expired, but you need to access the site, clear the cached saved licenses, and add the site to the exceptions list if necessary, you can also use http: // to open the site. But then of course only under the http: // protocol. True, not all browsers allow it, but many still do.
     
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  7. T15K6

    T15K6 MDL Junior Member

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    thx, but half of websites have same error maybe something global ?
     
  8. Dave_Ru

    Dave_Ru MDL Novice

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    Hi. Maybe check your date and time is correct ?
     
  9. kaljukass

    kaljukass MDL Guru

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    There have been no such good recommendations for a long time!
     
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  10. MELERIX

    MELERIX MDL Expert

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