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Make sure your computer clock is set to the correct year, not just the correct date and time. If the year is wrong, Firefox may reject the SL security certificate (giving the "Your connection is not secure" message).

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Make sure your computer clock is set to the correct year, not just the correct date and time. If the year is wrong, Firefox may reject the SL security certificate (giving the "Your connection is not secure" message).

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Computer time is complex, ...well the way computers handle it. You need to be sure your computer is set to the correct time zone as well as the correct time and date.

Computers generally use GMT and convert for your local time zone to display time and date. If the GMT part is off you can still see local time and date as correct. But, the GMT mismatch will cause problems.

Once the time zone is correct and time date set, the computer should automatically check network time and keep it self sync's with it.

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