I use Chrome for a browser, but also have Firefox & IE(rarely used). All are up to date. I have HTTPS Everywhere, FlashControl, Adblock Plus, Avira Browser Safety. I have no problems reaching websites (eBay, Staples, BBC, my broker, TechSpot, etc. I am having problems getting to PayPal, and once there (after 6-8 tries on Chrome and Firefox), I can have real problems logging in. Mostly the address bar complains about 'no https' ("failedBecause=securityTokenError" - see #1) between the login attempt and actually logging in, it pushes me back to the login screen to try again - though I cannot imagine running a financial site like PayPal without https throughout. On occasion I get a series of "Privacy Error" notices which basically says Chrome / Firefox will not let me proceed because there is something wrong. The most troublesome is #3, when I get on the PaypPal website and HTTPS is 'green' and I link to login screen (still 'green') and I submit name and password for login and then https crashes and it appears there is a fraudulent certificate which involves "pixel.mathtag.com" (pop-up malware a/k/a Azureas). I have spoken to techs at PayPal and have been told "we don't see any login attempt - so not our problem". Of course that is true because the login is PREVENTED due to irregularity in the security. When https is broken, whose problem is it?