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I have this issue being novice in Lubuntu. I cannot access Internet because Firefox keeps on telling me this: ''Your connection is not secure''. It shows two icons - Go back - Advanced.

I have not changed any settings in Lubuntu, just installed this OS from scratch.

What do I do to browse Internet?

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    Is your lubuntu up to date? Did your try to access with another browser (ex: chromium) and got same error? Please open your firefox, clear your cache, cookies and open sessions. Then, try to access a site and after you got the error, open your console (pressing ctrl+shift+j) and list the messages in your question. – gwarah Jul 10 '16 at 14:20
  • Another issues: Does all public sites you return this messages? Did you access Internet directly or through a proxy or by a provider interface? If yes, did you try to access through other network? – gwarah Jul 10 '16 at 14:28
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    It’s always a good idea to install several browsers even if you don't intend using all of them. I can tell you from my own experience that this simple measure can help you a lot. Try several browsers. If you still encounter this problem, then there is something wrong with the connection. Otherwise, you just have a faulty browser. – Cristiana Nicolae Jul 10 '16 at 14:28
  • Sure @CristianaNicolae. I have three: firefox, chromium and opera. Occasionally, any site doesn't load ok on one browser, but works fine on another. I suggest use chromium instead chrome. This last steal a lot of memory. – gwarah Jul 10 '16 at 14:34

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