Sorry, ignore my last comment, I am not where I thought I was. Hey, it
happens. I had just switched from one newsgroup to another. Again, sorry.
> This is mostly on secure websites, and designed that way to protect you.
> Scenerio: You want to check your bank account, you log on to the page,
> input your account numbers, paswords, etc. You check your balances. You
> don't close the page, but instead surf to some other location(s). You get
> called away, and the machine is left on line. The next person along
> the back button until he reaches your log in page, and gets your account
> number and password. Next day your checks begin to bounce.
> See why they do it that way?
> Installing SP1 would not rewrite the security features of a page, so I
> don't know why you were told it would help.
> Just out of curiosity, why are you asking an IE question in an OE group?
> > on some websites, when i click the back button on the
> > browser, instead of getting my previous page of search
> > results, i get the annoying message "warning: page has
> > expired ... etc"
> > i use internet explorer 6 and windows xp home.
> > i read the knowledge base which said that to fix the
> > problem i had to download and install internet explorer 6
> > service pack 1 (SP1). I have done this, but the problem
> > hasn't gone away.
> > can anyone please help!? thanks!
> Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
> Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
> Version: 6.0.449 / Virus Database: 251 - Release Date: 1/27/2003
Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
Version: 6.0.449 / Virus Database: 251 - Release Date: 1/27/2003