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OS 10.5 - Cant access a website with Safari or firefox


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I recently have been unable to log onto a financial website, that I hadnt had problems with in the past. The site is:

http://www.futurescholar.com/Account...ountAccess.htm

When I click on login, it takes me to this site:

https://www3.******************/tf/F...20120108001802

And I get this error message:

Safari can’t open the page “https://www3.******************/tf/F...0120108001802”. The error is: “The URL can’t be shown” (WebKitErrorDomain:101) Please choose Safari > Report Bugs to Apple, note the error number, and describe what you did before you saw this messag

I get a similar message in firefox. I just downloaded firefox yesterday to try it and see if this was a problem with Safari, but no luck. I have cleared the cache for both browsers which did nothing and verified my disc which came out OK. I can access the website from a windows machine, no problem. This is really annoying because I do online investing with this institution.

Any suggestions?
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Have you tried Reset Safari

No trouble here getting to the login page.

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Yes, several times. Just did it again and no luck.
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You might want to check your DNS settings; confirm with your ISP that they are correct. Are you having similar trouble with any other websites?

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This is the only website I have found any trouble with. I do use open DNS. Wonder if this might be the problem??
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OpenDNS can cause problems sometimes

After using it for over a year I had to remove it from my router as it would not allow any lan connections to my windows home server machine at all.

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