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You visit a client or other website and, instead of the site itself, you encounter a security certificate error.If you are using Windows and Internet Explorer, the browser generates this error when it attempts to open a website that has a problematic security certificate.Last year, Comodo (one of the largest issuer of validated SSL Certificates) and subsequently Digi Notar (a similar, albeit smaller issuer, based in the Netherlands), was hacked by the so-called "Comodo Hacker", who managed to issue a number of certificates for, among other subjects *.*(matching any 2-component site), *.*.org, login.yahoo.com, and so on.Before the certificates was revoked, a number of users were targeted by MITM attacks, using the login.certificate, leading users who had been tricked by forged DNS records and hosts-based attacks, to believe that they were actually logging in to over a secure connection, but in fact submitting their login information directly to the hackers. I did check the network to see the cause of the problem, and I discovered that the issue is due to an untrusted certificate.If I copy the URL of the image not displayed to another tab and I click on , the image is displayed.The file is updated periodically to add or remove root certificates. This is what was the cause on our new Surface Pro 3, and we resolved it by simply changing the time and date.A Microsoft Fix it solution is also available there, that forces the computer to sync the Trusted Root Certificate Trust List. To do this, click on the Clock in the Taskbar Anand Khanse is the Admin of The Windows Club.com, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP.
It shows you these warnings because the certificate is not trusted.Internet Explorer comes with a number of preinstalled certificates, to determine whether the certification path of a server certificate presented to your browser can be trusted.When Root CA's (the companies signing the trusted certificates) issue a certificate, they first verify that the customer actually is the registrant for the domain they need a certificate for. Extended Validation certificates), the Root CA's will require information from the customer to verify that their business is legit, and not just shell corps set up to scam internet users.Finally, click Install certificate and place it in your trusted certificates authority.KB931125 contains a download link to a list of the third-party certification authorities (CAs) that are trusted by Microsoft.
2] To work around this issue, you need to install the Issuer CA on the Trusted Root Certification Authority container.