Facing Website Certificate Error – Untrusted SSL Certificate

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Hi when I’m trying visit a web portal it show an SSL Website certificate error. So help me to unblock this problem. Thanks in advance.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #296394

Facing Website Certificate Error – Untrusted SSL Certificate

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Hi, when you try to visit a website which was located under-restricted zone such as intranet zone. You can open the website by clicking continue. So please be aware of the website address after Continue to the website such as try to add www. After HTTPs, and do not enter any private information. After Continued to website address bar appears in red color. Click there an information window popup, click View Certificates to install Certificate, a warning message box appears so click yes to proceed (for Vista user run IE as administrator).

Answered By 590495 points N/A #328375

Facing Website Certificate Error – Untrusted SSL Certificate

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If you encounter an SSL-related error when you visit a website, the problem there is with the website’s SSL certificate which you have no control over. An SSL certificate is required if a website wants to shift from being in “http” into “https” which is used by banks, government, and other secure websites.

If a website started in “http” for many years, transitioning to “https” will take some time to finish. If you are using Windows Internet Explorer when you encounter the SSL error, try using a different browser like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, or SeaMonkey.

If you are connecting to a secured website or to a website that uses a secure connection, try changing the protocol prefix from “https” to “http” in the address bar to connect to the website using unsecure connection. This sometimes work when there is a problem with the SSL certificate. There are two types of prefix used by websites to define access:

  • HTTP – this protocol or prefix stands for “Hyper Text Transfer Protocol” and is the standard way of connecting or accessing a website. This protocol offers unsecure connection (http://).
  • HTTPS – this prefix or protocol stands for “Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure” and is the extension of HTTP (https://). This protocol offers secured connection and is being used by most websites like banks, PayPal, blogs, gaming sites, and others.

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