Important Y2K Browser Notice
If you use one of the following Web browsers, you may
encounter a security warning when you visit a secure page at any
Web site after December 31, 1999:
Communicator 4.05 or earlier
Internet Explorer 4.01 for Macintosh
warning (see example, below) will appear as a dialog box stating
"Certificate Authority Is Expired" and may pop up when
you log in, register, or checkout at our site. The warning is
generated in error due to a software problem in the above
browsers. The browser problem does not affect the security of
your connection to our site.
note: THIS IS NOT A YEAR-2000 OR BEYONDWORK RELATED ISSUE.
is only a user interface issue: root CA certificate expiration
does not affect SSL encryption. Once users continue past
the dialog box, their browsers will connect securely to the
site without any further user interface interruptions.
users of Netscape Communicator version 4.05 or earlier
and Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.01 for Macintosh
upgrade their browser prior to December 31, 1999 in order to
avoid such warning messages.
to the latest browser?
don't want to upgrade to the latest browser?
problem. Simply click Continue: the SSL session that
secures your transaction with our site is not affected.