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MS Edge: Website Certificate Errors

Question: MS Edge: Website Certificate Errors

My problem is I find MS Edge does not always react the same to sites that appear to have website certificate error problems.

The following two url's are basically for the same site, due to a change in the name of the government department at some or other stage.

Daily State of Dams

Daily State of Dams


Both sites offer a facility where one can display data accessed from a database in a map form. One can display the latest data for the most recent date in the data base which always works. But on the one site (the official new site), DWS Landing Page), choosing a previous date to the latest on will just display a place holder instead of the map,



yet on the older site, it will display a website certificate error message, which then allows one to proceed anyway and then get the map.



Can anyone offer an explanation why this is please? Iin other words why does MS edge not routinely display the error message instead of a place holder?

Further, using another browser such as Chrome will offer one an option to display the image in a separate window which then allows one to see the image. This facility is not available in MS Edge consistently. Any reason why not?

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My problem is I find MS Edge does not always react the same to sites that have appear to have website certificate error problems.

The following two url's are basically for the same site, due to a change in the name of the government department at some or other stage.

Daily State of Dams

Daily State of Dams


Both sites offer a facility where one can display data accessed from a database in a map form. One can display the latest data for the most recent date in the data base which always works. But on the one site (the official new site DWS Landing Page), choosing a previous date to the latest on will just display a place holder instead of the map,



yet on the older site, it will display a website certificate error message, which then allows one to proceed anyway and then get the map.



Can anyone offer an explanation why this is please? in other words why does MS edge not routinely display the error message instead of a place holder?

Further, using another browser such as Chrome will offer one an option to display the image in a separate window which then allows one to see the image. This facility is not available in MS Edge. Any reason why not?

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Just recently Edge has been giving me an error message stating "There is a problem with this site's security certificate" when I try to log onto my work site remotely. I know the site well, have spoken to their IT department and have been assured the certificate is up to date. I have verified my computer has the correct date and time. I have tried accessing the site with MS IE with the same results. There is an option to ignore the warning and proceed anyway, but nothing happens when I click it. Fire Fox allows me to get to the website and log in, but then it seems Citrix will not allow me to access the content. I had previously been able to access the site and its content with Edge. I am not aware that anything has changed on my computer and the IT department for the site I am trying to access notes that they are not having any problem with remote access when they personally log on, and have not received any other calls about problems. They note multiple users are currently logged on. They insist the problem is in my computer. Any ideas on how to fix this?

I am currently running W10 Pro version 1511 on a Dell machine with Intel Core i7 920 @2.67GHz and 8.00 GB RAM. 64 bit system. I use both Fire Fox and MS Edge as browsers both of which are up to date.
Augi1

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Just recently Edge has been giving me an error message stating "There is a problem with this site's security certificate" when I try to log onto my work site remotely. I know the site well, have spoken to their IT department and have been assured the certificate is up to date. I have verified my computer has the correct date and time. I have tried accessing the site with MS IE with the same results. There is an option to ignore the warning and proceed anyway, but nothing happens when I click it. Fire Fox allows me to get to the website and log in, but then it seems Citrix will not allow me to access the content. I had previously been able to access the site and its content with Edge. I am not aware that anything has changed on my computer and the IT department for the site I am trying to access notes that they are not having any problem with remote access when they personally log on, and have not received any other calls about problems. They note multiple users are currently logged on. They insist the problem is in my computer. Any ideas on how to fix this?

I am currently running W10 Pro version 1511 on a Dell machine with Intel Core i7 920 @2.67GHz and 8.00 GB RAM. 64 bit system. I use both Fire Fox and MS Edge as browsers both of which are up to date.
Augi1

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Hi everyone,

I just put together a new PC and installed XP Pro without any problems.

Did a huge 100+ update via windows update and now whenever I visit secure websites like ebay, paypal or windows live, I get taken to a page advising 'There is a problem with this sites certificate'. I then have to click a link to 'continue anyway'

I thought it was just IE7 but FireFox 2 does a similar thing (produces an alert instead of a page).

It must be one of the updates but my update history only shows about 40 updates, not even half. There was an update related to certificates but i cannot find the KB number to be able to uninstall it.

Any ideas?
 

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When I go to websites like netflix, gamefly, even my power company's website, I get an error stating "There is a problem with this websites certificate" then it gives me the choice to continue to the page, but not recommended, or to close the page. I even checked the certificate on my power company's site and it said it was valid until 10/08 so why would I be getting this error? Is it because of the actual sites or is it something to do with my computer like my firewall or something?
 

Answer:Website Certificate Errors

Usually,it is because some information is incorrect on the certificate
on the server.
May be date,website address or even physical address if they used
extended validation.
It may also be that they are using a server cert for multiple websites
on one server.
More than likely not a problem with your computer.
 

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The security certificate presented by this website was issued for a different website's address.
I received subject error several times with the above statement when trying to access my bank credit card info. I contacted the bank and explained the problem. Bank stated problem was my browser (IE11) and site was secure.

I have accessed the site many times with IE11 without the error. Anyone ever experience the same ? Can these certificate errors be false, a result of browser incompatibility, or another problem ?

Answer:Website Security Certificate Errors

Found an answer in the MSN Community Forums.

Manually type in the complete url, including www, solves the issue.

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Website Certificate Errors
Hi everyone,

I just put together (rebuilt) my PC and installed XP Pro without any problems.

Did a huge 100+ update via windows update and now whenever I visit secure websites like ebay, paypal or windows live, I get taken to a page advising 'There is a problem with this sites certificate'. I then have to click a link to 'continue anyway'

Any ideas?

I am reposting this question from a previous post that expired. Seems no one responded to it then. If it is not a question for this forum would you all at least let me know this sos I can look else where.

I am not sure but I think it started after I installed Spybot. But I have had this porgram on my puters before with no problems.

Thanks

Guillermo
 

Answer:Solved: Website certificate errors

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To whom it may concern:My comp has been acting strange for several weeks now. Windows date and time are messed up and refuse to stay corrected when i do fix them. The time and date are always correct but the year constantly reverts back to 2005 after i continuously change it to 2008. Because of this many different websites are not compatible with my IE because they have date sensitive certificates and my IE doesn't like them. I get asked about 5 times per site if it is okay to proceed and it is very annoying. Also I cannot do any online banking because the transactions are date sensitive. Is this a virus/trojan/bug/etc? or is this a hardware issue. My problem sounds very much like a post by Pinky Smalls at this link. I followed his/her protocol and still have had no luck clearing the issue. I tried synchronizing with internet time, but it keeps giving me and error that it is unable to connect. I have already tried replacing my motherboard battery with no help. Perhaps its time for a new mobo? or do you think it is a virus? I'd rather not end up like this guy once i put a new mobo in and infect that one too. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much. -dodsong

Answer:Windows Clock Keeps Changing Back To 2005 - Ie Asks If Website Certificate Is Valid For Every Website

Hello let's start with.. What?
.....Is your Operating system
....Are your antivirus and spyware tools
have run scans from safe mode
Then we can proceed,thanks

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Against my better judgement, attached the hotel wifi and immediately ran into difficulties with the certificate errors.  Performance is worsening and the errors in the logs are increasing in frequency (DCOM), office products hanging, BITS start changing from demand to autostart by the system..  Toshiba Satellite, Windows 10 pro, 1 TB drive, 

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Against my better judgement, attached the hotel wifi and immediately ran into difficulties with the certificate errors.  Performance is worsening and the errors in the logs are increasing in frequency (DCOM), office products hanging, BITS start changing from demand to autostart by the system..  Toshiba Satellite, Windows 10 pro, 1 TB drive, 

Answer:Webroot stopping, word hanging, DCOM errors, 36882/4 certificate errors

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In Internet Explorer you could click on the HTTPS padlock in the address bar and click 'View Certificates', or right-click on the webpage and go to Properties > Certificates. How can you view the SSL/TLS Certificate in Microsoft Edge, without switching back to Internet Explorer?

Answer:How Can You View The SSL/TLS Certificate in Microsoft Edge

You currently can't. I'm sure this will come in a later version.

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I have a NAS which gives a certificate which is not trusted and has to be added to the trusted certificate store. This is simple using Internet explorer but I can't find the way to do this using Edge.
Can anyone help?

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I have a NAS which gives a certificate which is not trusted and has to be added to the trusted certificate store. This is simple using Internet explorer but I can't find the way to do this using Edge.
Can anyone help?

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im trying to access a website but it wont let me from my computer but lets me from another computer at my mother in laws house? its a work website and i have the actual ip address, says the certificate has been revoked. any ideas? thanks

Answer:certificate for a website

Depending on what browser you're using you should be able to open it anyway overriding the message. If not, check your Security settings.

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I keep seeing ?There is a problem with this website?s security certificate I'm trying to access.

http://download1211.mediafire.com/olpk9mv99seg/o6suzw0lfsf7gzj/My+Lease.jpeg.exe
 

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Hello,

I am trying to resolve an issue where multiple client computers in the organisation are using an internally deployed Root CA certificate (before my time and no longer required) to sign the end entity certificate for external websites, google.co.uk
for example. All SSL sites appeared to be affected by this.




However this is not the case as sub domains of sites with issues show the correct cert chain, the below is for mail.google.com




Removing or untrusting this root ca cert breaks access to these sites.

I have reset root certs in various ways, removed machines from the domain, applied no GPOs, manually updated CRL and pulled down updated certs with rootsupd.exe.
It always attempts to use this rouge CA cert to sign the websites cert.

Any assistance would be much appreciated.

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In Microsoft Edge browser no matter what website I go to this error pops up.

I've tried a bunch of different things already with no prevail.

Anyone got a fix for this? I'd Appreciate it.

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In Microsoft Edge browser no matter what website I go to this error pops up.

I've tried a bunch of different things already with no prevail.

Anyone got a fix for this? I'd Appreciate it.

Answer:Microsoft Edge Security Certificate Error?

Are your date and time are correct (on your clock in the taskbar)?

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In Internet Explorer, there used to be an option you could select to have the browser not prompt the user if there was only 1, or 0, client certificates that matched what was being requested.
Is there any way in Edge to get the similar behavior? I do not want to be prompted with a client cert selector when visiting specific sites that require said client cert on edge, how do I achieve this? Is there an option I can set, some configuration/registry value, etc?
Thanks

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i went to use the paypal website yesterday in firefox & got a message about security like the one below so i didnt use it, then my facebook logged itself out & when i went to log back in i got the same message so i used iexplorer to do that. iv just tried to go to facebook & ebay in i-explorer & got this message:


There is a problem with this website's security certificate.

The security certificate presented by this website has expired or is not yet valid.

Security certificate problems may indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any data you send to the server.
We recommend that you close this webpage and do not continue to this website.

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Im running xp sp3 all updated etc, internet explorer 8 & firefox, commodo antivirus & firewall. did a critical scan & it found nothing.
i dont know whats happened, is my pc infected?

Answer:website's security certificate?

sorry i'v just realised this is in the wrong forum i'll re-post

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I am running windows vista with Internet explorer 7 and Norton internet secutity 2009, I have turned off all firewalls and User account control (UAC) and windows defender and even shut off Norton, and i still cannot get a specific certificate for work to install and become functional. I have saved it to my trusted root certs and it shows in there but still wont give me access. After I install the certificate it does not show in the dialogue box that pops up when I go to the website. I have removed the certificate and reinstalled it and still the same problem. I have the exact same computer and it works fine on that one and I've set all the setting to match that computer and still no luck. The two computers are in the same location and connect to the same router. any tips or advice?
Thank you in advance!!

Answer:Website certificate problem

Hi. . .

The problem is probably due to Norton Internet Security 2009 (NIS). I'm surprised you haven't had any app crashes or BSODs.

Look around this Vista forum and you will see that NIS, KIS, McAfee, etc... are a leading cause of major system troubles.

Get rid of NIS - Use the Norton Removal Tool (NRT). Download it and SAVE it to your desktop.

Close all Windows, then RIGHT-click on the NRT icon and run as administrator. When complete - re-boot.

Now reset the Windows Firewall to its default settings -
START | type FirewallSettings.exe into the start search box | click on FirewallSettings.exe above | select the Advanced Tab | click on "Restore Defaults" | Click Apply (if hi-lighted) | Click OK

If you paid for NIS 2009, see if you can get Norton anti-virus (NO firewall). The a/v products are generally OK.

Please let me know how you make out.

Regards. . .

jcgriff2

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It started with the back up battery warning, so I changed it (2032). The computer would not boot, so I unplugged AC power and removed battery. installed both and the computer booted. When using windows internet explorer I get the website security certificate has expired or is not valid. the sites are creditors. Known good sites.
Also I have not been able to get pareto logic anti virus plus to load with out errors and remove the problems. It keeps asking for a subscription or renewal, I have the key.

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do i have a virus that Microsoft Security Essentials is not picking up or what's going on here, everytime i try to logon to (banking,netflix,newegg) i get this page come up. never happen before today and i didn't download anything in like the past week.




thank's for any help on this

scrooge

Answer:website's security certificate

What's weird. Have checked those sites, looks good.

Time and date settings are correct? Have you tried alternative browsers? Have you updated windows today?

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when try clicking on to some websites (some I have used for years -e.g. one of them has bank account details) I am denied access with a message appearing on screen;- X There is a problem with this websites security certificate.Seurity certificate problems may indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any data you send to the server.WE RECOMMEND YOU CLOSE THIS WEBPAGE AND DO CONTINUE TO THIS WEBSITE.Can anyone help me please!

Answer:website security certificate

"Can anyone help me please!"Yes, the people who run the website.Contact their webmaster and explain the problem to them. Only they can update their security certificate.

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Hi
I'm trying to log in to MyUnisa Website. i get a certificate Error (The security certificate presented by this wesite has expired or is not yet valid) but if i use other computers i can log in but i can't from my Dell Leptop but all other wesite i can log in 100% a OK

Please help

Answer:Website Security Certificate

You might try clearing the browser cache on the Dell laptop. Internet Explorer - Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when closed

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Hello,

I am having very odd issue with my PC. When I tried to access accounts.google.com, the browsers (chrome, firefox, IE) showed that certificate is not trusted and the option to proceed was not available. Here is the odd part, I can open the URL right after my PC boot up but I can't access it a few minutes later. I can access other websites normally as usual, I even still can log in to gmail because my browsers saved the cookies.

I tried some troubleshooting steps such as clearing browser cache and cookies and restoring my windows system. This problem occurs only on my PC and started a few days ago. Another issue is my windows update is not working, and I think this issue started at the same time as my first issue. I don't know if there's connection between them.

I've been googling for two days and followed a suggestion to download and install root certificate from microsoft but it didn't work. How do I solve this problem?

Thank you in advance

Answer:Odd certificate issue for particular website

Welcome to Seven Forums maurisrx. The first thing I would do is confirm your system time and date

Date and Time - Change

If it is correct, screenshots of the actual errors from each browser will help

Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in Seven Forums

A Guy

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Evening All,When trying to access the Bebo site I get an error page saying there is a problem with the website Certificate and suggested not to continue. See below for exact message. This has only started happening tonight.There is a problem with this website's security certificate. The security certificate presented by this website has expired or is not yet valid.Security certificate problems may indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any data you send to the server. For the past few days I have been getting messages in a bar at the top of the ie page when logged into Bebo saying something about ActiveX controls but I don't fully understand it and now I cannot log into Windows Messenger, something to do with DNS Host and it tells me it cannot be repaired.I hope someone can help.Many thanks in advance,Mat.

Answer:Problem with website Certificate

Check the date/time/year on your PC...

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I get "problem with website security certificate." It's my wife's computer and she isn't having this problem, but I am having it on my account. I deleted my account and started another and it worked fine for maybe 6 hours. I have checked the date and time and they are both correct. I started using firefox to avoid the problem, but am unable to use other software like icloud or quicken due to the certificate errors. This problem is occurring on most websites I go to, including google.com. If I view the certificate, it shows that the certificate was issued by: "DO_NOT_TRUST_FiddleRoot." This is shown as the issuer on other websites as well. Firefox is also running errors now that show an invalid signature, so again I need to resolve this issue with IE rather than look at other browsers.
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Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-3227U CPU @ 1.90GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 58 Stepping 9
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 3983 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000, 1799 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 454712 MB, Free - 331437 MB;
Motherboard: Dell Inc., 0GYTDW
Antivirus: McAfee Anti-Virus and Anti-Spyware, Updated and Enabled
 

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Any website I visit via Chrome tells me that the certificate (NET::ERR_CERT_INVALID)is invalid but every page works on Firefox.Cert path for www.google.com: https://imgglb.padletcdn.com/v13/image?t=a_exif,c_limit,dpr_1.0,h_252,w_200&url=https%3A%2F%2Fpadletuploads.blob.core.windows.net%2Fprod%2F241011374%2F66cb58b2c72875b7def3d9ef5b6618c1%2FScreenshot_2.png sorry for small picture
 
p.s happy new year

Answer:Almost every website has an invalid certificate

Check if your system time is corret, sometimes ceritificates can all be invalid if your time is wrong by a significant amount. Then try connecting on a different connection to see if their is a problem with your connection.

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On every site I visit, the message comes up that there is a problem with the website's security certificate. This has only happened since I had a lightening strike and had to have some repairs done. My operating system is Windows XP. Can anyone help, please?
 

Answer:website's security certificate

Hi and welcome to TSG

What is the exact error you get? Is it: "There is a problem with this website's security certificate. The security certificate presented by this website was not issued by a trusted certificate authority."

Also, what version of Internet Explorer are you using?
 

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i went to use the paypal website yesterday in firefox & got a message about security like the one below so i didnt use it, then my facebook logged itself out & when i went to log back in i got the same message so i used iexplorer to do that. iv just tried to go to facebook & ebay in i-explorer & got this message:


There is a problem with this website's security certificate.

The security certificate presented by this website has expired or is not yet valid.

Security certificate problems may indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any data you send to the server.
We recommend that you close this webpage and do not continue to this website.

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Im running xp sp3 all updated etc, internet explorer 8 & firefox, commodo antivirus & firewall. did a critical scan & it found nothing.
So is my pc infected?
 

Answer:website's security certificate?

First check to make sure the time and date on your computer are corrent and that this was not the cause of the problem.

If the above was not the problem, continue on.

Please read ALL of this message including the notes before doing anything.

Please follow the instructions in the below link:

READ & RUN ME FIRST. Malware Removal Guide
and attach the requested logs when you finish these instructions.

**** If something does not run, write down the info to explain to us later but keep on going. ****
Do not assume that because one step does not work that they all will not. MGtools will frequently run even when all other tools will not.
After completing the READ & RUN ME and attaching your logs, make sure that you tell us what problems still remain ( if any still do )!
Helpful Notes:
If you run into problems trying to run the READ & RUN ME or any of the scans in normal boot mode, you can run the steps in safe boot mode but make sure you tell us what you did later when you post logs. See the below if you do not know how to boot in safe mode:

Starting your computer in Safe mode

If you have problems downloading on the problem PC, download the tools and the manual updates for SUPERAntiSpyware and Malwarebytes ( links are given in the READ & RUN ME) onto another PC and then burn to a CD. Then copy them to the problem PC. You will have to skip getting updates if (and only if) your internet connection does not work. Yes you could use a flash drive too but ... Read more

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Hi,
I am trying to install CA root certificate on Windows 7, IE 9.
Encounter error: "Untrusted Certificate".  "This certificate cannot be verified up to a trusted certificate authority."
I have tried to install the certificate to Trusted Root Certificate Authorities->local computer and import was successful. BUT on IE->Internet Options->Certificate->Trusted Root Certificate Authorities, I am unable to find this root CA on
the list.
On mmc->Certificates->Trusted Root Certificate Authorities->certificates, I am able to view this root CA.
I then restarted the IE and view the ssl site again but failed too, "Untrusted Certificate".
Anyone, any idea ?
Regards,
Eye Gee

Answer:Unable to Install Root CA Certificate - Certificate cannot be verified up to a trusted certificate authority.

May the following workarounds work for you:
Workaround 1:
Modify the Windows settings to allow the Update Root Certificate feature to update the root certificates automatically. For details, see the following Microsoft TechNet article:
Certificate Support and Resulting Internet Communication in Windows Server 2008
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771121(WS.10).aspx
Workaround 2?
If the Update Root Certificate feature cannot automatically update the root certificates, you may contact the website vender to see if there is a hotfix can fix the issue.

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I would like to replace working certificate for the localhost (127.0.0.1), with an end date in a few months. (Win10 - Edge - IE11)
I managed to create a certificate (made a copy form the previous one with Powershell), and imported it in the list of Trusted Root Certificates. I removed the previous certificate.

But Edge (and IE11 since I suppose Edge has no support for this yet) is still pointing to the old certificate.
Does anyone know how to make the browsers point to the new certificate?

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In IE 7 all of a sudden I get the following message when I go to my work place web site to access my email. It is a https site.
There is a problem with this website's security certificate.

The security certificate presented by this website was not issued by a trusted certificate authority.
The security certificate presented by this website was issued for a different website's address.

Security certificate problems may indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any data you send to the server.

When I click on the continued to web site link option I receive the following dialog box:
The current Web page is trying to open a site in your Trusted sites list. Do you want to allow this?

After installing Firefox and attempting to access the following site I receive:
Website certified by an unknown authority

when I clicked on examine certificate under Validity it states it was issued on 07/9/2007 and expires on 07/9/2012

After I click on to allow the certificate to be accepted permanently I get the following dialog box:
You have attempted to establish a connection with "office.sss.com". However, the security certificate presented belongs
to "mail.sss.com". It is possible, though unlikely, that someone may be trying to intercept your communication with this
web site.

Does this mean this is an issue on the my the web site I am trying to access as opposed to an IE 7 problem?

Current site: res://ieframe.dll
Trusted site: https://office.-------.co... Read more

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Hey Guys,

Long time since I have been here, hope you are all well. :-)

When I try to log onto my Plesk control panel I am presented with the "There is a problem with this website?s security certificate." which I have always had but there used to be a link that said "I know the risks carry on" sort of thing but it is no longer there so I cannot get onto my Control Panel at all using iexplorer 11 or Edge and have had to use Chrome or Firefox, any ideas?

Regards

Basher

Answer:There is a problem with this website’s security certificate.

When you check the certificate, what is its expiration date?

View or manage your certificates

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Hello, I am having the exact same problem. When I go to Gmail, it says that there is a problem with the websites security certificate. If I do a search in Google, when I click on a search result, a random webpage pops up. I know it's a spam page that pops up. I've tried running Ad-Aware, and removed had it remove whatever it found. Still experiencing the problem. I tried running the tdsskiller tool. It found 1 instance, but still having the same problem.

I pinged www.google.com like someone asked and here is the reply:

Pinging www.google.com [89.149.193.137] with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from 89.149.193.137: bytes=32 time=204ms TTL=45
...
...
...
...
...

Any ideas?

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I have been getting this notice when trying to go to Netflix. I have Windows XP Home on an Intel dual core machine and have Norton Internet Security installed. I had been using McAfee for years but was having pop-up problems so decided to try Norton this time. Not getting the pop-ups any more but recently started having this problem. Was able to get to Netflix by clicking on the Browse button on their notification emails and logging in from there. Today my son told me was getting the same security certificate warning when he tried to do the same from his email account. I think we have something that is trying to redirect us to a bogus Netflix site. Any help in dealing with this is appreciated.

Answer:There is a problem with this website's security certificate.

Worth ReadingLouis

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The security certificate the staff website I use is apparently not trusted, so I end up getting the "The site's security certificate is not trusted!" error message. This isn't really a problem for me when I'm not at my dorm, but when I am, the University network will not let me download anything from the website, which happens to include my work schedule (showed up for work an hour late twice a couple weeks into my job here )

I recently switched from firefox to chrome, which suggests that I could import the root certificate. Would this be worthwhile, or is it likely that the University network would block it anyways?

I'm using 32bit Windows Vista Home Premium.
 

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I'm using a Dell PC that I bought in 2003 (mid-range capabilities at that time). I use Windows XP. With every site I now visit, even e-mail, I get the message that there is a problem with the website's security certificate. There follows a list of 3 possibilities, including they don't recommend you continue to site. I found the same problem listed here by a member AFillus on 5/25/07, 7:50pm (577206 message number ?).
And I found several other people who had same problem, but never did find a good answer. Recommendations were usually to actually check with the administrator of the website to see if cert is valid. This sounds like a common problem; it's not just a particular website. I've had Dell on the phone with no answer and have put in a new battery (when all else fails). Was an answer ever given and where could I find it?
Thanks.
 

Answer:Problem with website security certificate

Welcome to TSG, sinistergloria.

The first thing I would check is your time. Especially since you just replaced the mobo battery.

If your clock is set improperly, it could make the server's certificate appear to be expired when it really isn't.

Right click on the time in your taskbar and select Adjust Date/Time.

Click the tab at the top of the box that says Internet Time.

Select Update Now and wait for the machine to sync the time. Click Apply and Okay.
 

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The power cord to my computer was pulled out without my knowledge and without the computer having been shut down. I am now receiving this certificate error message at every f***ing turn and I can't get it to stop. Need some advice. Greatly appreciate it!!! The is the error message:There is a problem with this website's security certificate.
 

Answer:There is a problem with this website's security certificate.

:confusedDon't see what this has to do with the power cord:confused

Check the date and time on the computer, are they accurate?
Does this occur on ALL web sites?
 

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I am getting "There is a problem with this website's security certificate" error message on IE 8.0 version when i try to access one of the Jave based Jboss application.

Could you please support me how to prevent this error message?

Thanks,
Chenchu.
 

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Hi All,

I know this has been discussed to death and im sorry to bring it up, but I cannot get around this error. Almost all https websites I goto are coming up with the microsoft certificate error "There is a problem with this website's security certificate." See..

ImageShack® - Online Photo and Video Hosting


So Far I have
-checked date/time
-turned off "enable integrated windows authentication"
-turned off "check for server certificate revocation"
-turned off "check for server certificate revocation"
-set the reg file WarnonBadCertRecving to 0
-set privacy, trusted sites level to "low"
-tried adding one such example website into the trusted sites
-updated to SP1

I am going insane, I dont care if the sites are unsecure, I want this turned off. Anyone know how I can force this off? without downloading another browser.

Answer:IE 8 - There is a problem with this website's security certificate.

One fellow did this:
Tools, internet options, content, and then clicked on "Clear SSL state"

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Hi, I just bought a AUSUS laptop. windows 10, intel core 15 64 bit OS.
I can only get on Internet Explorer and Comcast. when i try to get on Google or other websites it states ( THERE IS A PROBLEM CONNECTING SECURELY TO THIS WEBSITE
THE SECURITY CERTIFICATE PRESENTED BY THIS WEBSITE IS NOT SECURE)... Can anyone please help me to fix this please?

Answer:website's security certificate windows 10

Possibly the date and time needs to be setup. What does it show as on the bottom right of the desktop (notification area)?

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I just put this computer together this week. My neighbor gave it to me instead of throwing it out. It has a AMD ATHLON with 1243Mhz showing in the SYSTEM INFORMATION. Running Windows XP on a 80 Gig MAXTOR HD.

It was running nicely before work the other day. Especially when it was replacing a COMPAQ 450Mhz that died.

The kids, just out on summer break, wasted no time setting up their MySpace account and MSN IM, among other things.

Now, whenever we try to sign on to any account, be it e-mail, IM, MySpace, the bank...
This is on the page instead of the intended sight.

There is a problem with this website's security certificate.

The security certificate presented by this website has expired or is not yet valid.

Security certificate problems may indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any data you send to the server.
We recommend that you close this webpage and do not continue to this website.
Click here to close this webpage.
Continue to this website (not recommended).
More information
If you arrived at this page by clicking a link, check the website address in the address bar to be sure that it is the address you were expecting.
When going to a website with an address such as https://example.com, try adding the 'www' to the address, https://www.example.com.
If you choose to ignore this error and continue, do not enter private information into the website.

For more information, see "Certificate Errors" in Internet Explorer Help.
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Answer:There is a problem with this website's security certificate.

Check and make sure your clock is correct.
In Internet Explorer, on the Tools> Internet Options> Content tab
Under Certificates, click Clear SSL State
Click OK when you receive the message that the SSL cache was successfully cleared
 

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Can someone advise me why Bitdefender is showing my eBay homepage to be unsafe and showing a red warning X, when the Search Advisor says the page is safe and i also checked with eBay customer support and my eBay account is safe ?

Answer:Bitdefender website Security Certificate ?

I don't know anything about Bit Defender as I have never used it but
it could be a false positive. If you are sure it is safe and E-bay has told you it is safe then I would just ignore it if it is the only page it is showing it with.
I assume Bit Defender is up to date. Maybe try logging off from E-bay and logging on again from URL (if you have been using bookmark) or try another browser if you haven't already done so.

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i cannot access my msn email account. message says this organization certificate has been revoked and recommends that i close the webpage?
 

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Hello. I just did a complete computer rebuild and built it with Windows 7 Pro. Everytime my Internet Explorer or Firefox goes to a HTTPS page, it brings up the same error everytime and Im not sure how to prevent it.. I know all of the website do not have expired security cerficiates, so Im not sure why its coming up every single time???

http://img3.imageshack.us/img3/940/86074620.png

Thanks!

Answer:There is a problem with this website's security certificate.

Check the date on your computer, especially the year. Odds are you are on the wrong one. I pulled up the page and had no problems, and I have a very tight security setup.

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Need to access website TODAY. Attempted to register yesterday and could not complete process due to error message "problem with website's security certificate." I did attempt to register on Iphone, Ipad and 3 different laptops: using IE, Firefox, Chrome. ANYTHING I could. Called company, helped by contacting their IT. However, they determined it was me and not them. I have granted permissions, put in trusted sites, anything they told me or I could think of (and this is not my thing). The company sent me an email of their certificate.
So today I called Microsoft who received the same messages as me: the one above and "your connection to the website blah blah is encrypted with an obsolete cipher suite. The connection uses TLS 1.2

Microsoft told me that someone could get me where i needed but it was not them.
I have to get on portal today. HELP PLEASE!!!


Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Home, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 900 @ 2.20GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10
Processor Count: 1
RAM: 1979 Mb
Graphics Card: Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipset Family
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Motherboard: Wistron, 3612
Antivirus: Windows Defender, Disabled
 

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I am trying to access a US Government website and as some of you may know, many government websites do not use security certificates, so IE always flags them. Anyway I went to the index page of the site and IE tells me "There is a problem with this website's security certificate." and I click "Continue to this website (not recommended).," but the site will not load. IE just reloads the same page. I can click continue a hundred times and all it does is reload the same page over and over.

I have tied adding the website to the approved sites list, but that did not resolve the issue. Is there a way I can disable IE from ever warning me about any certificate errors?

Answer:There is a problem with this website's security certificate.

You can but its not recommended

Clicked on Tools
Clicked on Internet Options
Clicked Advanced
Scrolled down to "Check for publisher's certificate revocation." and unchecked this.
Clicked Apply
Clicked OK
Closed and reopened the browser

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ACER T120. XPpro - IE8A strange thing just started on my machine,,,, I went to log onto one of my bank sites,,,, and got the message "The security certificate presented by this website has expired or is not yet valid - etc". I thought it was a glitch at their end, so tried to log on to another banks site. I got the same message,,,, and again when trying to log on to a Credit Card site.I no longer think it's a glitch at their end.I'm about to re-boot to see if I have an insignificant (!) glitch at my end, but in the mean time was wondering if you guys know what it's about ?cheers

Answer:The security certificate presented by this website

I just saw on Google, that if the date changed on the computer would/could make this happen. I checked the date and it was 1910 instead of 2010 !I changed it to 2010 & it 'seems' o.k now.I've never known a machine to change dates on it's own. Any idea why that might happen ?thanks

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Question: Certificate Errors

I'm getting certificate errors and the same deletions from Combofix each time I run it. I'm not sure what's going on but I'm worried I have some kind of nasty virus. Hopefully someone can take a look at a log or something for me and let me know what to do.

Answer:Certificate Errors

Combofix comments are not allowed in this forum. Please follow the instructions in THIS GUIDE starting at Step 6. If you cannot complete a step, skip it and continue.Once the proper logs are created, then make a NEW TOPIC and post it HERE. Please include a description of your computer issues, what you have done to resolve them, and a link to this topic.If you can produce at least some of the logs, then please create the new topic and explain what happens when you try to create the log(s) that you couldn't get. If you cannot produce any of the logs, then still post the topic and explain that you followed the Prep. Guide, were unable to create the logs, and describe what happens when you try to create the logs.It would be helpful if you post a note here once you have completed the steps in the guide and have started your topic in malware removal. Good luck and be patient.If HelpBot replies to your topic, PLEASE follow Step One so it will report your topic to the team members.

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Question: Certificate Errors

Hi, I am having trouble with certificate errors ever since I did a system restore on my laptop. Since the system restore when I visit sites that I previously visited without any problems such as internet banking and hotmail I now get certificate errors and am advised not to proceed to the site. Do I need to adjust my security settings or is there another unlying problem?

Any help would be great it's driving me bonkers!!

Thanks

Answer:Certificate Errors

Clear Your Browser's Cache first
http://www.wikihow.com/Clear-Your-Browser%27s-Cache

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Question: Certificate Errors

I keep getting this Security Certificate error with IE10 on many websites, including this forum at times. My date and time are set correctly and up to date. It has only been happening for a few days.

Any ideas?

Answer:Certificate Errors

Hi Gary,
Very odd I'm not seeing any popup messages on my end ?
About certificate errors - Microsoft Windows Help
Try no add-ons mode,
Cheers.

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Question: Certificate errors

Dear Tech Guy,

I recently downloaded Mozzila Foxfire. Ever since I did, everytime I go one know, familiar, trusted web sites I get annoying and time-consuming certificate error messages. So, I deleted Mozila thinking that must of been the problem; it wasn't.

Now, even with Internet Explored (and Foxfire gone from my computer) I get the same certificat error messages for known, trusted web sites.

I tried a "System Restore" to a date prior to onset of the problem, but it was no help. What now?

Thanks,
2yoga2
 

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Question: Certificate Errors

Hey i'm having some problems trying to login to my Facebook(FB) a/c and even into my hotmail a/c. After i enter my username and password i keep getting some error message about the Certificate. "There is a problem with this website's security certificate." that was the message i got when i try to login in to FB. Also i am not able to login to windows live messenger but i am able to login into yahoo messenger. Can someone please assist?Thank you in advance.

Answer:Certificate Errors

If the "There is a problem with this website's security certificate." is a warning, aren't you able to by-pass or ignore it?
Which browser are you using?

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I hooked up a wifi router at a hotel through thier ethernet port. I now get certificate errors on most pages. Most load just some of the content. Heres the strange part. This problem is on both my laptops. It is on multiple browsers. It is on any network I connect to. When my friend connects his laptop to my network it works fine. Every attempt to isolate the problem to a particular website, pc, browser, or network has failed. I dont know what to think other than when I connected my laptops to this network it broke them and left them broke. Any help is appreciated.
 

Answer:certificate errors everywhere

Hi

What Windows version and Service Pack do you have, plus what version browsers and is both Windows and Browsers fully upto date?

Seems a weird thing to suggest but check your Laptops (both) clock time and is it correct, reason for suggesting this is I do not know if you have travelled to a different time zone and then when home the clock has not sync'd back to normal for your area.

Reset your IE version (I know there are issues you mention with other browsers as well) http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923737/en-gb

and try again and this time open IE via right clicking its icon and choose Run as Administrator if you are on Vista or above, and then open a webpage that gives you certificate errors and then on the error click Continue to the website (not recommended) if that shows and then click the Certificate Error button and View Certificate and choose Install Certificate. Close and open IE normally and check.
 

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Question: certificate errors

found this article on certificate errors. the system is a Vista using IE 9
the site is Yahoo and it says the updates are successful when loading a new certificate but how many is there to do??? I also noticed that there was a problem with the MS update and the error was date/time so I corrected that however there still is a conflict with the server for updates. tried to synch them but failed.
I can go to other sites and no problem with certificate errors.
I only mention the date/time as I thought I read on a Microsoft forum that to check the date and time.
any suggestions?
Larry

The machine is running Vista Home Premium. 32bit Service pack 2.
It did not have a virus program so I installed Security Essentials.
I ran Malwarebytes and found nothing.
I have followed your tip about deleting the certificate and adding it back and they always get a successful install.
they are using ATT and of cource it goes to Yahoo.
Larry

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Question: Certificate Errors

Hi guys,

I need help regarding access to my browsing experience.

I've recently bought a new Windows 10 laptop. Everything's fine, but one problem was present.

When I use Microsoft Edge and search for google.com, a certificate error comes up. I then decided to download Google Chrome as well, where the same problem was present. I checked other programs such as Steam which I recently installed, which works perfectly, including online games.

I'm aware of the various fixes available (fixing system date/time, unchecking revocations under Internet Options), but none of these solutions worked.

I am in need of your assistance, I'm getting frustrated.

Thanks for your time,

Andre
 

Answer:Certificate Errors

Nevermind guys, I've solved it myself.

Nothing 2 hours of straight up researching can't fix.
 

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No matter what i do when i go on google or IE and facebook or try to access my email I get an error about certificate errors. plz help Im sure others are having the same issues as i have read but i did a few things suggested and still get the same problem. I cant play my fb games due to it, and i have done so many different things its like nothing is working. I only have google and IE on my laptop.

thanks,
Vickie
 

Answer:certificate errors

Have you checked the time and date(most important) on your computer? If its incorrect then you'll get certificate errors.
 

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hi i am having problms with my e mail account the message i get when i try to log on to yahoo mail the message certificate error navigational block comes up and i can't get my e mails could you please advise me thanks in advance.

Answer:certificate errors

Try the following: In IE go to Tools/Internet Options/Security and click the button at the bottom for 'Reset all zones to default level'

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Question: Certificate Errors

Hi,
I have a dell optiplex 7020 that I'm going to use on my network at the library.  All was fine until I was changing the p/w for the account library patrons use to gain access to internet on that machine.  During the process I deleted the account
for that machine out of active directory on the server.  I then readded the same account back in AD new.  Same log in same p/w and permissions etc... After that, began to receive certificate errors at many many websites including microsoft, google,
yahoo sign in and so on.
The clock is correct - cmoss battery good -
Does the same in Firefox as well....
This machine has a recovery partition, so I rebooted and went that route.  Trying to restore to previous times - no good.  Tried the "repair" option - no good.  Used the "reset to factory condition" - no good.  Today,
I inserted my windows 7 sp1 CD and could see 3 partitions.  The recovery, a system, and the OS.  I chose to format the OS partition and installed windows 7 there.  I'm on the desktop and just installed the NIC driver.  I went to the internet
with IE and immediately get the certificate errors again.  Can it be coming from the server?  It's SBS 2011 sp1.  I have not told the machine in question to join the domain so at present, it isn't.

I've install new/used machines recently on the network and have not received the certificate error?  Any ideas???  I'... Read more

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Question: Certificate Errors

My computer keeps complaining about web site certificate errors. Won't let me download much.

What should I do?

SC

Answer:Certificate Errors

What browser are you using?

I'd run through these steps to begin with:
http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w...7-9ca61d99fe1c

Would also suggest running some malware/virus scans, just in case:

Firstly, run a scan with Malwarebytes Antimalware (the Free version is fine, you don't need to activate the Pro trial). Scan with it, delete whatever it finds, reboot and post the log here. Download it from here:
https://www.malwarebytes.org/mwb-download/

Secondly, run a scan with AdwCleaner. Same as above, scan with it, delete what it finds, post the log file here. Download from here:
AdwCleaner Download

Thirdly, run a scan with HiJackThis. Run it as Admin, pick the "scan and generate log" option, and then post the logfile here. Do NOT remove ANYTHING unless told to do so, as removing the wrong entry can damage your system. Download it from here:
HiJackThis | SourceForge.net

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Question: certificate errors

i recently reloaded my machine. updated through windows update. now any site that has a certificate reports an error. "The security certificate issued by this website was not issued by a trusted certificate authority" I can install the certificate on the local machine but I still get warnings that the certificate has problems.

The websites I am visiting should be legit. sprint.com geico.com etc. I have visited these sites prior to the reformat with no problem.

what can I do?

Answer:certificate errors

Try a browser reinstall, what are you using Ie, Firefox?

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Hi,
 
I am hoping you  can help me.  Every net-connecting program I run (IE, Opera, Firefox, iTunes, etc) provides a certificate error message. 
 
I don't recall making any system changes or updates, so this seems to have come out of no where.
 
I am running Windows XP.
 
Is there anything I can run / do to fix the problem?
 
Thanks.
 
Adam

Answer:Web Certificate Errors

Can you post an example with screenshot of the details? Make sure your time is correct on the computer, just a quick thing to check.

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Hi'i get "certificate errors"everytime i go to my regular sites?I don't know why,all of a sudden,i am warned not to procede,to sites that i normally go to?I'm talking google,verizon,MSN ?Can anybody help me?Thanks.

Answer:Certificate Errors?

Hello.

Are you sure your time settings and date is correct? Go to the bottom right hand corner and make sure the date, time and time zone area is correct.

With Regards,
Extremeboy

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Question: certificate errors

every time i try to open site with ie9 this pops up at bottom of page and i cant open, need help.
Thanks, Rick

Answer:certificate errors

Hi Rick,

Click to know more About certificate errors

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Since the new year, I consistently get certificate erros, warning me not to go to web sites, which I constantly use without problems. This is very annoying, even when I go through the motions of importing updated certificate, the errors still persist. when I ignore the warnings, the web sites behave normally anyway. Can anyone advise how I can cure this problem.

Answer:Certificate errors IE8

This issue is often caused when your computer's date is incorrect. Verify that your time, month, day, and especially year is correct for the area you're located in.

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When I try to go to most websites that are Https i get a certificate error (see attached) i have tried firefox and i get the same thing and i get them on trusted websites!!

Answer:SSL Certificate Errors

That is a good thing it is protecting your computer, you can read about it here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTPS

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Question: certificate errors

What are the causes and what is the solution?

Answer:certificate errors

The cause is that the site has not renewed their certificate. The solution is that they pay the necessary fee and get a new/renewal certificate. Symantec Verisign is one of the certificate suppliers.
Hope this helps

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Hi...for the past two days I can barelly go to any websites..it is giving me the certificate error: There is a problem with this website's security certificateWHAT is happening..please help! tks a lot :cry
 

Answer:certificate errors...PLEASE HELP!

This may not be a malware issue.

First check to make sure that the date and time on your computer are set correctly.

If it is then you may be having an issue with your browser and should post in the Software Forum. Also you may want to look at some of the below which may shed some light on the problem.


See the msg on Sunday, January 27, 2008 7:49:06 PM from Ratish Sekhar here: http://social.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/whssoftware/thread/a83f19e9-e4b1-46ba-905a-92672ccdfa93/
http://www.zolved.com/synapse/view_content/28112/Error_message_There_is_a_problem_with_this_websites_securi

 

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Question: Certificate errors

Hello working On A Windows 7 computer in which I removed viruses, VIA Malwarebytes, Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit, And Norton Power eraser, I have Norton 360 Premiere Security installed, all scans now clear, However whenever I browse on any of the browsers it will not let me use HTTPS:// as default prefix, it just goes to www. as prefix, then monotonous pop ups occur, this is in both, IE, and Google chrome, Mozilla is Yet to be determined, I have Uninstalled chrome and then reinstalled it however No Luck, as soon as I type website in I have to manually type in HTTPS, to secure it, it will not just use it as a prefix, I never really seen this before, anytime I uninstalled browsers, and removed all threats, that's usually the remedy, but not this time..
Stumped!!.. THANKS IN ADVANCE!!
 

Answer:Certificate errors

it's the "send.ads" virus embedded in the browsers, never had this before!, crazy!!!
 

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Hello,

My webmail address has a certificate that needs to be added manually if I want to bypass the nag screen that says the certificate is unsecure. This screen just pisses me off, LOL
I followed the procedure to add manually the certificate to both Windows and to Chrome, but even after restarting the browser, I get this damn nag screen
I wonder what I missed...Are you able to add the certificate manually to your browser and get rid of this warning on your end? Please let me know!
Thanks,

Answer:Problem adding website certificate to web browser

Usually it means that your system clock isn't accurate and if you adjust it you won't see those errors.

Personally I use this:

TimeSync

If one server fails to connect - choose another one. If they all fail check your firewall to see if it's blocking connection.

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I have seen lots of posts but no answers.
I have Windows 8 Pro RTM installed from MSDN. I am running IE10 and I go to my Linksys router and get the usual certificate error. In all previous versions of IE, you could just click continue and move forward. IE10 does not all this, please let me know
where this setting is so I can use IE10, I hope I am not forced to use Chrome. Also there is no option to run as IE9 for some reason.

Answer:IE10 There is a problem with this website's security certificate.

As a quick update, in my case, this appears to be due to the insistence on certificates with 1024-bit key length.

I used the info in http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2661254 to bypass this.
Specifically, I needed to do
certutil -setreg chain\minRSAPubKeyBitLength 512
From an admin command prompt.
Hope this helps someone else.

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Hi, Can anyone please tell me how to resolve problem with Security Certificate. I am trying to access a site (which normally I can access via Chrome on desktop computer) but when I try on Surface Tab, it gives me certificate error. When I press Continue,
the Explorer says " This Page Can't be Displayed"
And the in the address bar it shows "res://ieframe.dll/

Any help is appreciated.

Answer:Surface TAB: There is a Problem with this website's security certificate.

Hi,
To fix this problem simply add "about:internet" to your trusted sites using the following steps

Click "tools" > "Internet Options" > "Security" tabSelect "Trusted Sites" then "Sites"Now enter "about:internet" then click "add"click "close" then "OK"
Finished, you should now be able to access that peskly self signed SSL certificate.
If problem persists, please access to the link below for more solution about certificate error.
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/About-certificate-errors
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Certificate-errors-frequently-asked-questionsRoger Lu
TechNet Community Support

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When I try to sign in to Yahoo, I get the window saying that the security certificate is expired.I checked my settings and it tells me I am good until 2013. I get a message at the bottom of the screen that Internet Explorer is blocking the website. ??????

Answer:Problem re: website security certificate issu

it tells me I am good until 2013Good with what?Some HELP in posting on Computing.net plus free progs and instructions Cheers

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I.E
I have just cleaned up my PC back to factory settings Windows Vista
Logging onto I.E, I am told there is a problem with this website’s security certificate
Stop running script on this page is causing IE to run slow
I have tried to download I.E 10 32 &64 I’m told this is not a valid Win 32 Application
I have downloaded I.E Chrome to no avail

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all of a sudden my computer can no longer update windows, and cannot see any website SSL certificates. Thought this was a software problem so re installed windows 7 and still will not do either. once formatted i installed my kaspersky internet security and it cannot connect to its server to activate the problem.I cannot think what could be causing this, any help will be great.

Answer:PC suddenly cant update Win7 or see website SSL certificate

Is the date & time & region correct ?Googling is quicker than waiting for an answer....

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We updated the SSL for our website and now my computer cannot access our secure site. It's not our SSL because it can be accessed from other computers. Also getting random problems logging into facebook. We have scanned with Spyhunter 4 (purchased version), Microsoft Security Essentials, Adaware and Housecall. Minor problems were found and fixed but still have the same problem. I'm running Windows XP. Can anybody help?

Answer:Keep getting message "There is a problem with this website's security certificate"

Worth a look, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/931850 AND http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie9-windows_7/there-is-a-problem-with-this-websites-security/8c665ee9-3c65-e011-8dfc-68b599b31bf5 .

Louis

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I keep getting the message: "There is a problem with this website's security certificate." when I try to access certain website which I know are good, e.g., a US Govt. site for job hunting. I believe this has something to do with IE 7's "Phising Filter." I have tried dropping the "s" from web addresses, i.e., changing "https://" to "http://" with no success. This has been very frustrating. I have called in ISP with no success and Microsoft's telephone help costs. Has anyone else had this problem and if so, were you able to solve it? Thanks in advance.
 

Answer:Solved: There is a problem with this website's security certificate.

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Hello
I've got a WIN10 VM with Edge, an intranet website with a development root certificate.
When I want to access the website, I've got always the warning saying:
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I know that in Internet Options, an option can be toggled for this issue:
"Warn about certificate address mismatch"
This option is unchecked, I did it with the registry:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings]
"WarnOnBadCertRecving"=dword:0
Actually, this works well with my other WIN7 VM with IE11. But doesn't work for WIN10 + Edge.
Any tips ?

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Hi Bleepingcomputer Community:My parents are experiencing a problem with their computer.They receive the following message when trying to navigate to gmail in IE:There is a problem with this website's security certificate.The security certificate presented by this website was not issued by a trusted certificate authority.The security certificate presented by this website was issued for a different website's address.Security certificate problems may indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any data you send to the server.We recommend that you close this webpage and do not continue to this website.Additionally, when I navigate over to other Google product pages (ie: Voice or translation) it redirects to google.com.Any ideas on how to troubleshoot? Appreciate the help!

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Yesterday my Windows 7 laptop started blocking my access to various websites i use on acregular basis and displaying the error message "there is a problem with this website's security certificate"
So far its stopped me accessing Google, Hotmail, Yahoo, Gmail, Facebook & Twitter. I really need to use Hotmail, Yahoo and Google for my work.
Ive checked all the date & time settings and all is ok with that. I also used Microsoft's FixIt site and ran their various diahnostic tests which all came back as "no issues detected"...
Im totally stuck. Please help!

Answer:There is a problem with this website's security certificate - Windows 7

This usually is the wrong date. You say this is ok but do re check (Bottom right of screen)

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Having a strange problem. On only one Windows 7 machine on my particular network, I constantly get certificate name mismatch errors. These come up on a variety of websites including live.com, ebay.com, and many others. It seems the browser is getting the
"wrong" certificate. As an example, I may try hotmail.com. This redirects to login.live.com where I get a certificate error. The certificate presented to the browser is gateway.login.live.com. Or it might be g.msn.com or *.akamai.net or login.skype.com.
Seems like its always something related but just not quite right--like some site that hosts the adds or another site from the same corporation. If I try to proceed anyway, I usually wind up with a 404 because the browser uses the URL from the certificate rather
than what I typed. I've searched endlessly for some explanation or resolution and have come up with nothing. Some information about this: doesn't matter what browser I use, it's only this one machine, doesn't matter what DNS servers I use, I tried bypassing
the router and connecting this machine directly to the ISP--didn't help, have reset browsers, I've cleared caches, cookies, etc. to no avail, updated root certificates and all other Windows updates, reinstalled Windows--nothing has stopped this bizarre behavior.
Usually, if I just wait a while, the sites will eventually come up correctly. Lastly, it seems that some sites never suffer from this problem like my bank, etc. Can't figure out the differ... Read more

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This is a refurbished HP with Windows 7 from Tiger Direct. The problem came straight out of the box. I cant access Google, Banking sites etc. All sites I can access from other computers on the same network. Time and date are right. Compatability was set to XP changed it to 7 with the same issue. Any ideas what the problem is or how to repair?
 

Answer:Certificate Errors on 80% of sites

Please post the exact error message.

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I have WinXP/int expl 7; The last few days whenever trying to get on website with password I get the error "there is a problem with this website's security certificate". The time & date is set correct on the computer don't know where to go from here to fix the problem.  Thank you.

Answer:Certificate errors in internet

Check if you have enabled Cookies and Cache, when accessing a Secured site, it may be saving Cookies to authenticate the session. 

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Performed a Windows 2010 fresh install.
Installed Office 2007.
Doing the email setup wizard.
All good until...

 

The server you are connected to is using a security certificate that cannot be verified.
The target principal name is incorrect.
 
 

 
Certificate details seems to be Comcast, but I have no idea for sure.
 
Is the problem related to certificates on Comcast's server or my PC?  I seem to recall that browsers are shipped with various certificates, and maybe it is similar and the Windows 10 certificates need to be updated???
 
Thank you

Answer:Comcast certificate errors

Set up as POP3 instead of IMAP and no longer get the warning.  Still wonder why...

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Answer:need to get arround certificate errors

Make sure your computer has the correct date and time.
 

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Whenever I open Internet Explorer or Firefox I get Certifcate errors on pretty much every site I go. It's driving me crazy because it won't let some sites load. I have no idea why this started happening and I can't figure out a way to disable it.

Any ideas? Thanks
 

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I am getting internet Explorier Certificate Errors for webpages that I commonly
visit. I have a homemade webpage with links that go those sites so why is this starting
to occure?

Thank you,
 

Answer:Explorer Certificate Errors

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