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Anonymous
August 11, 2005 8:17:01 AM

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I am running XP with all of the latest patches installed.

Everthing is fine except when I access https sites. It seems to take an age
to load the sites.
I am on an adsl broadband connection, my pc is an athlon 64 bit processor
with 1 Gb ram and I use a wireless usb card and router.

Anyone have any ideas please

Thanks

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Anonymous
August 11, 2005 11:26:59 AM

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Using IE ? - Depending on your Security Zone settings and some
Advanced IE options, it could be related to certificate validation.

Also does your system use any type of Proxy ? - Some tools of
that type don't fully support the https protocol. Normally, a secure
website access shouldn't be noticeably slower than http.
When you visit an https site - does it appear in the Internet Zone
or have you added sites to the "Trusted" zone ? I would probably
start looking at how your IE Zone security settings are configured.

"MGrowe" <MGrowe@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:A0B016A2-8492-40C0-AC7D-A56C28D7E4A0@microsoft.com...
>I am running XP with all of the latest patches installed.
>
> Everthing is fine except when I access https sites. It seems to take an
> age
> to load the sites.
> I am on an adsl broadband connection, my pc is an athlon 64 bit processor
> with 1 Gb ram and I use a wireless usb card and router.
>
> Anyone have any ideas please
>
> Thanks
Anonymous
August 11, 2005 11:27:00 AM

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I don't use any proxy and I tried turning off the firewall on my wieless
router but it was still very slow. I will check the other settings

Thanks for the suggestions


"R. McCarty" wrote:

> Using IE ? - Depending on your Security Zone settings and some
> Advanced IE options, it could be related to certificate validation.
>
> Also does your system use any type of Proxy ? - Some tools of
> that type don't fully support the https protocol. Normally, a secure
> website access shouldn't be noticeably slower than http.
> When you visit an https site - does it appear in the Internet Zone
> or have you added sites to the "Trusted" zone ? I would probably
> start looking at how your IE Zone security settings are configured.
>
> "MGrowe" <MGrowe@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:A0B016A2-8492-40C0-AC7D-A56C28D7E4A0@microsoft.com...
> >I am running XP with all of the latest patches installed.
> >
> > Everthing is fine except when I access https sites. It seems to take an
> > age
> > to load the sites.
> > I am on an adsl broadband connection, my pc is an athlon 64 bit processor
> > with 1 Gb ram and I use a wireless usb card and router.
> >
> > Anyone have any ideas please
> >
> > Thanks
>
>
>
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Anonymous
August 11, 2005 1:51:00 PM

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From: "MGrowe" <MGrowe@discussions.microsoft.com>

| I am running XP with all of the latest patches installed.
|
| Everthing is fine except when I access https sites. It seems to take an age
| to load the sites.
| I am on an adsl broadband connection, my pc is an athlon 64 bit processor
| with 1 Gb ram and I use a wireless usb card and router.
|
| Anyone have any ideas please
|
| Thanks

It could be that it is having a hard time checking the Certificate Publisher's web site.

Try...

start --> settings --> control panel --> internet options --> advanced

Uncheck the following....
Check for publishers certificate revocation
Check for server certificate revocation

--
Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
http://www.ik-cs.com/got-a-virus.htm
March 4, 2009 6:09:40 PM

Thanks, some years later; this post really helped me.

I had a problem with very slow https access towards my NAS server where I had enabled HTTPS.
I had installed my own self-signed server certificate.

Reading this I understood that what happens is that the browser attempts to check if revocation information exists for the server certificate, and since my certificate is of my own making info about it is not likely to be found on any revocation server.

By unchecking the option "Check for publishers certificate revocation" performance returned back to normal.

Thanks shall go to MGrowe@discussions.microsoft.com who provided this insight in the year of 2005.
!