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" The page must be viewed with a high-security Web browser"Upgrade your Web browser to the 128-bit version. "
I use IE.v6.0
it seems your browser does not support 128 encryptions you can check the cipher strength under the Help menu, in "About Internet Explorer". Next to the section marked "Cipher Strength" it will say 128-bit if you have the 128-bit secure browser.
If you wish to upgrade to this level of encryption refer to
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