General login problems, might be HTTPS protocol


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    General login problems, might be HTTPS protocol


    For the last month i'm having login problems. For some reason reCAPTCHA fails to connect to google.com, and im not able to log into youtube/gmail(can't find accounts.google.com) or hotmail.com. Random sites like Rainbow Six Siege forums don't work properly either. And the biggest one is not being able to log into my bank account.

    I have asserted to at least be a local problem with my PC since mobile and other laptops on the same network work fine. Of another post I tried to run SFC /runnow ill post the log as an attachment.

    It also says that some internet protocols are missing and could not be fixed, this is to general for me to follow up though could support the idea that something is wrong with the HTTPS protocol.

    I tried this tutorial to re-register dll files: (Solved) Cannot Access Secure Sites - Https websites not opening View
    wintrust.dll gives a DllRegisterServer Failed with error code 0x80070005
    initpki.dll is missing
    gpkcsp.dll is missing as wel.
    Didn't try more from that tutorial seeing as it probably wouldn't work from this point onwards.

    This problem has been going on since the start of December and since my internet connection is shared, I thought it would be a local internet problem, but it seems not to be.

    I tried reinstalling windows from scratch and the problem persists.
    General login problems, might be HTTPS protocol Attached Files
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  2. Posts : 4
    W10 Proffesional x64
    Thread Starter
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    I feel like I know what the culprit was that did this. I have been using IObit programs for a while, though they never did something wrong, maybe that in combination with the new update screwed up some DLLs. Will try a reinstall to recreate the problem.
      My Computer


 

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