Windows has blocked this software because it can't verify the publisher cab



  • @DustinB3403 said:

    Its a javascript addon, I'd naturally be suspicious of it.

    Update your Java on the machine your using and open the Java Security settings in the control panel. There are several security options in there for this exact reason.

    Okay i will try. Thanks



  • @MattSpeller said:

    @Joy lame! 😧

    😬
    i found this :
    South Korea is stuck with Internet Explorer for online shopping because of security law



  • @DustinB3403 said:

    Its a javascript addon, I'd naturally be suspicious of it.

    Update your Java on the machine your using and open the Java Security settings in the control panel. There are several security options in there for this exact reason.

    Java updated now, but still no luck.



  • @Joy said:

    @DustinB3403 said:

    Its a javascript addon, I'd naturally be suspicious of it.

    Update your Java on the machine your using and open the Java Security settings in the control panel. There are several security options in there for this exact reason.

    Java updated now, but still no luck.

    Did you check the security settings in the control panel for java?

    Start > Control Panel > Java (x-Bit)



  • @DustinB3403 said:

    @Joy said:

    @DustinB3403 said:

    Its a javascript addon, I'd naturally be suspicious of it.

    Update your Java on the machine your using and open the Java Security settings in the control panel. There are several security options in there for this exact reason.

    Java updated now, but still no luck.

    Did you check the security settings in the control panel for java?

    Start > Control Panel > Java (x-Bit)

    Yes, I did. Do i need to modify the settings here?
    I am trying to add the url of bank on exception list
    but i cannot add



  • If you click on Java there will be several Tabs across the top, one of which is Security.

    At the bottom there should be an Exception Site List that you can effectively white-list websites as needed.



  • @DustinB3403 said:

    If you click on Java there will be several Tabs across the top, one of which is Security.

    At the bottom there should be an Exception Site List that you can effectively white-list websites as needed.

    Yes, I did. it's still prompting me to install the publisher cab. Same error





  • Then I'm at a loss, sorry I haven't seen this issue beyond what I've provided.



  • @DustinB3403

    No Problem. Thank you 🙂


  • Service Provider

    @DustinB3403 said:

    Its a javascript addon, I'd naturally be suspicious of it.

    Update your Java on the machine your using and open the Java Security settings in the control panel. There are several security options in there for this exact reason.

    JavaScript and Java are wholly unrelated technologies. I've never heard of a JavaScript add on.

    This was ActiveX, what makes you feel that there is Java OR JavaScript involved?

    Every modern site has JavaScript, but not as an add on. JavaScript is part of the HTML spec.


  • Service Provider

    @Joy said:

    @DustinB3403 said:

    Its a javascript addon, I'd naturally be suspicious of it.

    Update your Java on the machine your using and open the Java Security settings in the control panel. There are several security options in there for this exact reason.

    Java updated now, but still no luck.

    Since this is ActiveX instead of Java, it would have been pretty surprising that having Java at all would have an impact. I'm not aware of any way to use Java with ActiveX.


  • Service Provider

    The issue here is pretty straightforward. Now that we see the error, there is no add on at all. This is just the web page with a bug in it. It's that simple. The page has an error and is unable to load. Might be caused by having the wrong version of IE. I would try another browser, often places that require IE still work in other things. You can report this to the bank and ask them to fix it. But there is no ActiveX, no Java and no plugins here. It's just a bad webpage.


  • Service Provider

    The error that you stated is not the error in the screenshot.



  • @scottalanmiller said:

    The error that you stated is not the error in the screenshot.

    Hi Sorry, i just got back from my day off.
    Well try to use different version of IE. I only tried the IE8, IE10, and IE11


  • Service Provider

    @Joy said:

    @scottalanmiller said:

    The error that you stated is not the error in the screenshot.

    Hi Sorry, i just got back from my day off.
    Well try to use different version of IE. I only tried the IE8, IE10, and IE11

    That's an awful lot of them. Have you contacted the vendor to see what the error means to them?


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