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It may be related to a recent change to https from http: that did cause some problems, particularly with site scrapers so if your version of Chrome / IE is extremely old, they may not support the new certificate type - .NET 2 and below don't, for example, and .NET 3.5 versions need changing to work at all with the "new" site.
Start by doing a full refresh - CTRL+F5 - and see if that improves the situation, if not as Nagy says you need to report this via Sugs'n'Bugs so the admins can see it easily. Remember to tell them which versions of IE and Chrome you are using, OS, that sort of thing. If you can go here first: Browser Check[^] and copy'n'paste the info that would help.
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