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    Certificate Invalid Problem

    Sometimes when I go to a link I get this screen



    Examples of where I find this:
    1. When I go to my University's Student Portal


    Can't think of some atm...

    So How do I fix this?
     
         

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    Re: Certificate Invalid Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by ~CoOkie Monster~ View Post
    Sometimes when I go to a link I get this screen



    Examples of where I find this:
    1. When I go to my University's Student Portal


    Can't think of some atm...

    So How do I fix this?
    I think that is a server issue so wait for a while and it will fix itself
     
         

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    Re: Certificate Invalid Problem

    Turn off ur IObit smart ram. It constantly refreshes & releases the comp memory which i believe is causing the Google to recognize your comp new, each time you refresh ur pages thus creating server security certificate issue here..
     
         

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    Re: Certificate Invalid Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Ssoul Eater View Post
    Turn off ur IObit smart ram. It constantly refreshes & releases the comp memory which i believe is causing the Google to recognize your comp new, each time you refresh ur pages thus creating server security certificate issue here..
    I did...Still not working...Is it maybe something security-wise?
     
         

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    Re: Certificate Invalid Problem

    One of the things that might cause this is having the wrong date set in your clock, because the https certificate has a date where it starts to take effect and an expiration date, say the date in your PC is set to 2004 and the security certificate in the website was released in 2010, it will show this error, or perhaps the security certificate is set to expire in 2014 and the date in your PC is set to 2020 by mistake, it will also show this error.
    Go check your PC's date which you can change through the right corner of your screen or your bios settings. If it's correct try visiting that page using another browser, or another PC, or another network, since your router's firewall can also cause this "i think".
     
         

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    Re: Certificate Invalid Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by 'Kurapika View Post
    One of the things that might cause this is having the wrong date set in your clock, because the https certificate has a date where it starts to take effect and an expiration date, say the date in your PC is set to 2004 and the security certificate in the website was released in 2010, it will show this error, or perhaps the security certificate is set to expire in 2014 and the date in your PC is set to 2020 by mistake, it will also show this error.
    Go check your PC's date which you can change through the right corner of your screen or your bios settings. If it's correct try visiting that page using another browser, or another PC, or another network, since your router's firewall can also cause this "i think".
    lol it was set on 2004
     
         

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