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Allowing SSL (Secure Socket Layer) in Internet Explorer
If you are using Internet Explorer and are having difficulty proceeding through the checkout, you may need to modify your browser's Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) settings. It's a very easy process and takes just a minute.
To ensure all your personal information is encrypted between your browser and our server, your browser needs to have SSL 3.0 enabled. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is the standard means for encrypting information transmitted across the Internet. A yellow padlock at the bottom of your browser indicates an SSL page. To enable SSL in your browser, follow these steps:
|1.||Click on "Tools" ("View" in versions before 5.0) in your browser's menubar, then choose "Internet Options" from the drop-down menu|
|2.||Click on the "Advanced" tab (near the top right corner of the Options screen).|
|3.||Scroll down to Security (which is located half way down on the "Advanced" screen).|
|4.||Select "SSL 3.0".|
|5.||Click on the "Apply" button and then the "OK" button, then restart your browser by closing it and then opening it again.|
If you still receive an error message, be sure to refresh the screen. (Explorer automatically caches secure pages, so even if you change the settings it will still show the old error message until you refresh.)