You have the user name: firstname.lastname@example.org & the password:
this exact login would work:
would not work: (red=inaccuracy)
Explorer Security Settings (Cookies Enabled) -
Have you disabled "Cookies" on your web browser or
changed the security setting?. If you have, you will
not be able to log-in. The reason the security settings
have to be set to medium or low is so that we can
immediately identify and knock off hackers or malicious
users. Forcing the medium or low security setting
insures that we can identify the computer. This helps
us secure all of your data as well.
cookies in Internet Explorer 6.x:
Out Of Date Web Browsers- If you're using a SSL
non-complaint browser, you may have to log-in 2 times
in a row to gain access. This is done to insure security
for all members files. You should update your web
browser to avoid having to do this.
If you are
using a out of date browser, you may want to upgrade.
To correct this problem, please upgrade your web browser.
This is free and depending on your Internet connection,
pretty quick too.
Explorer's upgrade can be found here: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/default.asp
upgrade can be found here: http://channels.netscape.com/ns/browsers/default.jsp
Firefox upgrade can be found here: http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/
highly recommend the use of Opera web browser software,
it's free and you should see a speed enhancement as
well. Almost our entire staff has switched from the
use of Internet Explorer to the use of Opera, purely
due to Opera's reliability. You can download Opera
Make sure to click log-in, some members just press
"Enter" on their keyboard, this will give you a log-in
error. Also, make sure not to cut and paste the user
name and password into the log in area. This sometimes
adds extra spaces.
your security settings back to normal: Internet Explorer
on the Tools at the top of your screen
- Then click Internet Options - Select the Security
- Adjust the slide bar setting to Medium (You may
have to set it to "Low", if you are using
- Then click OK
you using an early version of Windows XP?- Early
versions of XP have a small firewall bug and do not
allow you to transfer some unencrpyted data properly.
This will not allow you to log-in even if you followed
all of the steps above. To correct this, run Windows
Update and download and install Microsoft's latest
patches for your operating system.