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@rsa101 (22796)
Philippines
July 28, 2008 3:46am CST
I have been having these problem with almost all popular sites that have https. When I access them we almost always have certiificate errors. How can I correct this problem?
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@cheongyc (5072)
• Malaysia
9 Nov 08
Nope I don't have any problem when viewing the secured internet site using the https protocol. I think as long as you have the security setting configured properly in your browser, then you shouldn't see any problem with it. It's all about the encrypted data transmission (including the password) and also the digital signature certificate in your computer. I hope by now you should have resolves this problem, otherwise, it would be troublesome to login website like paypal, where your Mylot money goes.
@rsa101 (22796)
• Philippines
20 Jan 09
i was able to solved this problem by really formatting my HD and I guess I was able to get rid of whatever bug it had in my system. It was just pretty annoying when you have to setup again the system back but then it made my system cleaner and more organized.
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@cheongyc (5072)
• Malaysia
17 Mar 09
Great, at least you have resolved your problem right now. It's really time consuming to format the hard drive and install the operating system and other necessary software. But, after doing this, our computer will be much cleaner and working smoothly. The application could run efficiently and speed up our work. I used to format my hard disk a lot when I was in the college. But after work, I will leave this tedious job to the company IT. What I need to be do, is to ensure all my important data is backup properly.
@decimus785 (1419)
• Aruba
28 Jul 08
well,you have to ask yourself if it worked perfectly before.When did i start getting certificate errors? you have yourself all these questions,maybe something was changed that cause this error to appear.
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@rsa101 (22796)
• Philippines
28 Jul 08
Well it started when I upgraded to IE 7 and when i also upgraded FF 3. It started having that errors and even if I downgraded it to lower version it remains the same till this day.
• Aruba
28 Jul 08
try restoring your computer to the day before you installed IE 7 and FF 3.
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• India
28 Jul 08
Certificate errors? Do you mean with every webpage you visit, you get a dialogue box that says - This certificate might have expired or still not valid? I used to get that too. My computer had a date/time error because CMOS battery was low. It fixed the time permanently to Feb 11 2001 so many certificates were still not valid then and I got similar errors. Replacing the battery sorted it out.
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• Philippines
28 Jul 08
Well, that's a good one cursedsoul. I never thought of that.
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@rsa101 (22796)
• Philippines
28 Jul 08
I think that is impossible because I am using fairly new PC. So I don't think my date is incorrect since I check my date is correct. But the error is the same as what you have described.
@oyenkai (4396)
• Philippines
19 Mar 09
https usually means that the link is a secured site. What kind of sites do you access with https? Do you have certain examples? It usually comes down to privileges :) Thanks for the response on my discussion!