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Can't log on to random sites

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by agrafixman, Jul 7, 2012.

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  1. agrafixman

    agrafixman Thread Starter

    Jul 7, 2012
    I'm having a very odd problem and was hoping someone could at least point me in the right direction. About a month ago, I lost the ability to log onto the Chase.com website. I can get to the homepage, but when I enter my username and password and hit submit, the page just times out. I have experienced the same issue with both IE9 and Google Chrome - both on the same PC and running under Win7 Professional 64 bit. What is interesting is that about a week ago, I lost the ability to log on with my Android Tablet.

    My initial thought is that it was the router as both computers utilize the same router and cable modem, but my wife's laptop and my laptop both can still log onto the Chase.com website through the same router.

    I have disabled both virus and firewall protection and still have the problem. I also noticed yesterday that another site had a similar issue when submitting a payment form. So, my thoughts went to it's an https: problem, but other secure sites work just fine.

    I have VIPRE anti-virus (so does my laptop that works just fine) and I did a deep scan with no problems detected. I also ran Spy-Bot Search and Destroy with negative results.

    Has anyone run across this before?

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