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Hannahmh87

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I am struggling to use one website. I can get onto the homepage ok but the trouble starts whenever I try and navigate to any other page.

I eventually successfully managed to login and figured the problem must be fixed but then when I tried to do something the page just seemed to be stuck in some sort of TLS Handshake loop.

I now can’t do anything with this website again.

It’s important that I can use this website as I need it for work. I have been using this website fine before hand. All other websites are absolutely fine.

I have tried this website in both Firefox and Chrome and the problem persists in both.

I have tried cleaning all my internet history, cookies, cache files.

I have tried restarting my whole laptop.

Nothing.

Any ideas?
 

DaveA

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Have you contacted voipfone support?
If not why?
 

Hannahmh87

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Yes I have, they have not got a clue what could be wrong or how to fix it. All they can assure me is that the website is fine there end, which I already know.

I have since been in contact with a highly recommended PC guy and he is coming round tomorrow to have a look.

He also isn’t sure what could be causing the problem. Nobody seems to know.
 

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what browser are you using, and what version of TLS are you using on that browser? Sounds like if you go up to 1.2 it may work.
 

Hannahmh87

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I have tried Firefox, Chrome, and Internet Explorer.

No idea what version my TLS handshake is or how to update it.
 
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