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426

Upgrade Required

 
  Description  
     
  Your browser needs to be upgraded if it doesn't support encryption (SSL - Secure Sockets Layer) or you need to access the page with SSL.   
   
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Use a Secure Address
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You need to use a secure url address "https://" style rather than "http://".

If your browser has SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) disabled you will need to enable it. SSL is enabled by default.

To enable SSL, in Interenet Explorer:

  1. On the menubar, select Tools, Internet Options, and then select the Advanced Tab.

  2. Scroll down the long list of options, and near the end, check the option Use SSL 3.0.

  3. Press Ok.

To enable SSL in Firefox:

  1. On the menubar, select Tools, Options, and click on Advanced.

  2. Select the Encryption tab, and check the option Use SSL 3.0.

  3. Press Ok.
 
   
 
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  FaultWire Staff
Posted: 8-Oct-2008
 
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Update Browser
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A very old browser might cause this issue. If you are using a old browser consider an upgrade to something current to fix this. Old browsers are also a major security concern.

To get the latest free browser:

 
   
 
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  FaultWire Staff
Posted: 8-Oct-2008
 
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The requested resource can only be retrieved using SSL. The server is willing to upgrade the current connection to SSL, but your client doesn't support it. Either upgrade your client, or try requesting the page using https://

 
   
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  "426 Upgrade Required" may be unique to the Apache Web Server.

The four hundred series of errors indicate something was sent to the remote web server incorrectly.

 
     
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