Within the past three days I've had a problem (using my desktop computer) accessing pages within a website that, prior to this time, I have used without a problem. Oddly enough, I can freely access pages on my laptop, which is connected via a wireless router. My desktop is connected to the internet via a ethernet cable.
When I log onto the web site, www.edrnet.com, I see my log in page and can log in, however, trying to move from the second page to a third, I get a message page stating that I should upgrade my browser. Currently, I am using the latest versions of both IE and Firefox, so no upgrade should be necessary.
Sometimes, a ZA update (I'm currently using ZA Security Suite, v. 8.X) resets some security settings which interfers with internet roving. I've checked all I know to check and cannot rid myself of this problem. I do not believe the problem lies with the browser because four days ago I could freely access pages on the web site using either Firefox or IE. Today, neither of them will work. I think it is a ZA problem.
Anyone out there got any suggestions?
Operating System:Windows XP Pro
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite