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When you go to a website, are you getting an error message something like this?
1. There is a problem with this website’s security certificate.
2. The security certificate presented by this website has expired or is not yet valid.
3. Website is giving expired or invalid security certificate errors
4. Server certificate received is not trusted
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An SSL certificate, or secure certificate, is a file installed on a secure Web server that identifies a website. This digital certificate establishes the identity and authenticity of the company or merchant so that online shoppers can trust that the website is secure and reliable. In order to verify that these sites are legitimate (they are who they say they are), the companies and their websites are verified by a third party, such as VeriSign or Thawte.
Certificate errors occur when there's a problem with a certificate or a web server's use of the certificate. A website's certificate identifies the web server and it enables Internet Explorer to establish a secure connection with the site. Internet Explorer can help keep your information more secure by warning you about certificate errors.
"The Security Certificate error means that you are trying to view a secure website (such as email, banking, investments, etc), but the certificate that was assigned to the website is out of date, so you cannot proceed.
Our services includes
- Identifying the problem with the browsers
- Remove bad saved certificate
- Update the old browser to new browser
Following Browsers are Supported:
- Internet Explorer
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
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