Firefox Problem

September 1, 2009 8:09am CST
My Firefox browser 3.5.2 is not working well. It shows 'ssl_error'. How I can rectify this problem.
3 responses
@owlwings (39604)
• Cambridge, England
1 Sep 09
SSL = Secure Sockets Layer and is part of the Transport Layer security in a network. To fully understand what it does, you would need to understand the layer structure of networks. If you want to, you can read more about TLS and SSL here: Since the validity of many websites is checked using Certificates and these are time/date stamped, it's important to make sure that your system clock is set correctly. If the date is set incorrectly, you may well see SSL errors because the date stamp on a certificate does not match the date reported by your system. The first thing to do is to check that your date and time are correct and then retry.
1 person likes this
• India
1 Sep 09
Thanks for the guidance. This problem is affecting few sites only. Mylot have no problem. I heard that some friends also experiencing this problem.
• India
1 Sep 09
Try to remove it and install it again may be that will fix your problem or you can also try some other browser like chrome, opera etc
• India
2 Sep 09
I tried your suggestions, but no use. I am using opera and chrome, but I don't like them as firefox. My problem is not solved.
@EliteUser (3971)
• Australia
1 Oct 09
Hey, I don't really know how to fix your Firefox 'ssl_error' sorry about this. Hopefully someone else will be able to answer your question better than I have done, in a really good way so you can actually benefit from it. Make sure you have a good day, God bless and Happy Lotting!!
• India
3 Oct 09
Thanks for your comments. I solved the problem. Now my firfox works properly.
@kurtaxl (110)
• Philippines
13 Sep 09
go to start--run--then type %APPDATA%\Mozilla\ then hit enter go to your profile and delete cert8.db, delete this file while firefox is closed. ssl_erro in firefox cause by the browser doesn't initialize the browser's secuity component due to corrupted cert8.db or it is read only.