Security Certificate Error in Visiting Website with Mozilla

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I visited a website in my Mozilla Firefox but it keep sending me this error stating “Site address is a site that uses a security certificate to encrypt data during transmission, but its certificate will not be valid until date/time.” The site can be viewed when using other browser but Mozilla is my default browser so I want to know why this error incurs. I need help please.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #126391

Security Certificate Error in Visiting Website with Mozilla

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Hello my friend ^__^


This problem occurred to me in person one day and the problem is that the timing of your computer clock is not real time and when it is not real time in your computer the Mozilla browser prevents you from access any sites and your problem has a very simple solution is to modify the timing of your computer clock to become a real-time and i hope i helped you

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Answered By 0 points N/A #126394

Security Certificate Error in Visiting Website with Mozilla

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To try to solve this problem, just double-click on the time in the lower right corner on the Taskbar and set the time correctly. Be sure to check the time, month, date and the year. As soon as it is corrected, this will usually fix this issue.

Answered By 581880 points N/A #315091

Security Certificate Error in Visiting Website with Mozilla

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In websites, certificate-related error is sometimes caused by an invalid certificate used by the website. This normally happens on websites that use the “https” protocol. Unfortunately, there’s nothing you can do about it because the problem is on the web server which you have no control over. Another possible cause of certificate error on websites is the browser itself.

This can happen if you are using an outdated web browser like what happened to me when I was still using Windows XP. To fix the problem, simply upgrade your web browser to the latest or use a different browser. Since the affected browser is Firefox, try to uninstall and reinstall the browser. Download the free version of Revo Uninstaller and install it.

Once installed, start Revo Uninstaller then select your Mozilla Firefox among the applications and click “Uninstall”. Follow the normal uninstall process. When uninstall is complete, click “Scan” to scan your computer for any leftover files and delete everything it finds. This removes everything the program created on your computer. When it is finished, close Revo Uninstaller and install Mozilla Firefox back.

See if this works. Try also upgrading the browser. Download the latest Mozilla Firefox and install it. The latest version at the moment is Mozilla Firefox 64.0.2. It supports Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10. Support for Windows XP and Windows Vista have been dropped.

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