How to remove security certificate error on America Gmail?

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How can I disable security certificate error on America Gmail permanently. It pops up every time I restart my laptop or restart internet explorer.

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
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How to remove security certificate error on America Gmail?

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Hi,

The possible solutions for your problem are:

1. The problem may be occurring because of any changes in the Internet Explorer changes. So change the settings of IE to default settings.

2. Check whether the date is correct or not. This error pops up usually when the date is wrong. So, check whether the date is correct or not and set the automatic date and time option.

3. If the above steps did not solve your problem, try to reinstall the software on your computer.

Hope this information helps you.

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How to remove security certificate error on America Gmail?

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Though I am from a different location but I am also using Gmail and I haven’t encountered any problem with my account related to security certificate. Since I created my account I have never experienced this error yet. A security certificate error occurs when you visit a website but the problem is not originating from your computer or your web browser but from the website you are accessing.

The error appears because when you visit a site your web browser checks the site for a valid security certificate and alerts you in case it provides an invalid security certificate. This is normal and is usually fixed by the webmaster or the owner of the website. If this is the first time you encounter this error, try using a different web browser.

I think another reason why you see this error is because you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer. This browser very frequently displays script errors of the page visited. Try opening Gmail again using a different browser like Opera, Maxthon, Google Chrome, Safari, or Mozilla Firefox.

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