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I keep getting certificate errors on my windows 7 enternet exploererer

I go to a web site i have to ex out of the yellow box to finsh what i am doing

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There should be an option in
the security settings to turn that off

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SOURCE: Dell Latitude D600 - most all site certificates show invalid

This has to do with the security settings. Try adding the sites as trusted sites. You can also try lowering the security. It may be that the previous owner set the setting to high. Both setting are found under Tools\Internet Options\Security. You can also compare the settings from a machine that does not give the messages to the one that does and adjust them to get rid of the problem.

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SOURCE: company has a windows remote server 2011. I have windows 7 with ie9. I keep getting certificate errors. I have tried to move it.

this is a clear administrator rights issue you need to resolve with their admin folks. certs are operating system dependent and none of us in fixya have any access to your network server

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Why dom't my bookmarks open....i get site not trusted


This is your browser warning you that if you continue you may not be on the site you think you are. This warning comes when your browser checks a certificate from the site to validate its identity. If he certificate is invalid or has anything wrong with it you get the warning. If you are storing an old certificate and the site has changed to a new valid certificate you will get this warning. for Internet Explorer, open your browser 'Internet Options' select the 'Content' tab, select 'Clear SSL state' button. Close the browser, open again and attempt to view the page. This will pull the current certificate from the site and validate it. If you continue to receive the warning, I would recommend not visit the site as you cannot validate it not being a spoofed site.

Jun 04, 2014 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Certificate error


A "certificate-error" occurs when you access a "secure-HTTP" site (one that uses the 'https://' prefix for the URL) and the "certificate" that the site is "secure" (namely that the site really is the site that it claims to be) is invalid. Certificates have a "start-date" and an "end-date" and certificates can be "revoked". If the certificate is for a different web-site ('web.site.com' versus 'www.site.com') or is revoked, or if the current date is not between the "start" and "end" date, you get the "certificate error" message.

What site did you try to access?

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Find if a site is safe


People use the Internet for online bill payment, banking and shopping every day.
Though most online transactions are safe as long as you use trusted sites you are familiar with, there is always the chance that you risk theft of personal and financial information on the Internet.
Before making an online purchase or offering any personal information from a website that you are not familiar with, ensure that the website displays any security certificates in your website browser.
Check the website's URL address carefully.
Sometimes fraudulent websites will attempt to use a web design or URL that is similar to a trusted website.

Look for the security icon in your web browser.
Internet Explorer and Chrome each display a little yellow lock icon in the address bar next to the website's URL. Firefox displays the little yellow lock icon in the far bottom right-hand corner of the browser page.


View the website's security certificate. See the security certificate by clicking on the lock icon in the browser and selecting "View Certificate" or "Certificate Information."
This gives you more information about the website, who owns the site and who has issued the security certificate.


Follow Windows certificate security warnings.
Windows keeps a list of the most common Internet certificate authorities, and alerts a user when he goes to use a website that is using a certificate that is not part of this list.
This helps warn a user when there might be a potentially insecure website that is attempting to pass itself off as certified.


Look for an Internet trust logo on the website, especially on pages with online forms.
Internet trust organizations verify that a website has a valid privacy statement that protects the information you provide to the site.
However, be careful of sites that display an Internet trust logo without a security certificate since the logos can be duplicated and displayed without real verification.


Look for contact information such as a phone number and street address on the website.
If a website doesn't offer this information online, it may be a sign that the site should not be trusted.

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/When-to-trust-a-website
When to trust a website
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/How-to-know-if-an-online-transaction-is-secure
How to know if an online transaction is secure

Aug 13, 2013 | hotmail.com

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Company has a windows remote server 2011. I have windows 7 with ie9. I keep getting certificate errors. I have tried to move it.


this is a clear administrator rights issue you need to resolve with their admin folks. certs are operating system dependent and none of us in fixya have any access to your network server

May 21, 2012 | ASUS Computers & Internet

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My error is sec_error_expired_issuer_certificate


It is an easy way, just fixed the current date and time in your system.

Jan 12, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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Certificate error on web site.


This is basically an Internet Explorer 7 Website’s Security Certificate problem! You have to self-sign the certificate on the client computer or add the URL manually to the trusted security zone. When you are trying to access a secure web page, you receive the warning message:

"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."

Or

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

To fix this issue, you can follow either of the methods:

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Method 1:

You have to install the Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 (Windows SBS) self-signed certificate on the client computer. To do this, follow these steps:

  • In Windows Internet Explorer 7, click Continue to this website (not recommended).
A red Address Bar and a certificate warning appear.
  • Click Certificate Error button to open the information window.
  • Click View Certificates > click Install Certificate.
  • Click Yes, to install the certificate, when warning message appear.

Note: For Windows Vista users, right click on Internet Explorer icon. Select Run as Administrator.


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Method 2:

Add the URL to the Trusted Sites security zone:

  • Open Internet Explorer
  • Go to Menu bar > Tools > Internet Options.

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  • Click Security > Trusted sites > Sites

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  • Type the URL in the Add this website to the zone text box > uncheck Require server verification >Add > click OK

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  • Click OK to exit.

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Now you have added the URL successfully into the Trusted Sites security zone.

Jul 16, 2010 | Dell Computers & Internet

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Certificate error:navigation blocked is what coming up when i try to go to go to this link


Hi, please check if the date and time of your computer is correct, if not then correct it then close and reopen your internet explorer. let me know if that works.

Jun 12, 2010 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 7

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Problem in install application


If you own Nokia E-series mobile phone (E60, E61, E70),
you may want to do following in order to allow phone
to install SmartMovie:

1) Open Application Manager
2) Choose Options, then Settings
3) Switch Software installation to *All* (not Certified only)

This will allow you to install non-certified applications.

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Server certificate


When an SSL certificate is created, the address that will be used to connect to the web page is specified. (www.mywebpage.com) If you are connecting to the IP address of the website, it will tell you that the addres that you have gone to, and the site on teh certificate don't match. There are also some problems with forwarding domain names improperly. what address are you trying to go to, and what exactly does the error say? I have a DI-614, and have never had a problem getting to Secure sites.

Feb 10, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Major DNS error


1. There are many options!
2. Yes, Probably, but perhaps not. "You don't know, what you don't know!"
3. Reloading from scratch on an HP is dependant on the model.

Now if you would like to try some other options,

You say you are connected to a modem and a router. Your modem is a router for all intents and purposes even if it has only a single lan port. If your using a second router, you are double NATing. The second router should not be configured as a gateway but as a router. Then your DHCP assigned IP addreses will be correct as well as defaualt gateway and DNS settings.

Try this, do not use the WAN port for the second router, just plug it into one of the other ports. This will allow the router to work pretty much as a hub. If this works, reconfigure the router to be a router not a gateway.

Oct 22, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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