The file does not seem to be a valid signed executable.

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Hi,

I have COMODO installed on my Windows XP SP3 machine. I have been using it for quite a while and have not been having any issues.

But recently I started getting an error message:

COMODO Internet Security Premium

The file does not seem

The file does not seem to be a valid signed executable.

I am trying to use my own trusted certificated for a few websites to avoid the pop ups. And the COMODO Internet Security does not seem to accept it. It throws the above given error message whenever it checks the certificate.

Do I have any alternate way where I don’t change my Internet Security software as well as use my own certificate?

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The file does not seem to be a valid signed executable.

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Hello Elizabeth Martin,

I've done some research about this error message you are getting. The file does not seem to be a valid signed executable. I find it difficult to get an answer for this because issue because I have only limited information about the said problem. I have some questions that I need ask before I can give answer, I usually do ask questions if I am not sure what to answer.

My questions are, What browser your using? how do you get this error message, what steps? Some browser has restriction, a good example is Opera. This has it's own built-in security software.

I need to know these information before I can give answer that I am comfortable that it will work.

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