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How To Solve Untrusted Certificate Error OR Warning?

How To Solve Untrusted Certificate Error OR Warning?
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Yesterday my friend ask me that he is getting untrusted certificate error/warning on some websites. These websites begins with https. Hypertext Transport Protocol Secure (HTTPS) use SSL port 443 and its secure than http. So when first time you access https sites your browser shows error/warning that’s because to use https sites you must have SSL certificate. This error can be different in different browsers like, Firefox shows this error “This connection is untrusted” or “get me out of here” while IE shows this error “There is a problem with this website’s security certificate” and chrome shows this error “This is probably not the site you are looking for”. These types of errors/warnings can be resolved…

How To Solve Untrusted Certificate Error/Warning

For Firefox (This connection is untrusted):

For Firefox (This connection is untrusted)

To solve “This connection is untrusted” error in Firefox following are the steps:

  • In Firefox open the warning/error page
  • On this page you’ll see three(3) options
  • First one is “Get me out of here” , When you click it will open your browser home page
  • Second is “Technical Details”, It’ll show you all detail
  • And the third/last option is “I understand the Risk”, Click this option if you trust the site
  • When you click last/third option, you’ll see “Add Exception” button
  • Click on “Add Exception” button and a dialog of “Add Security Exception” will appear
  • Now read the description related to site
  • If you trust this site then click “Confirm Security Exception”
  • Now you can refresh your browser and the site will open without any warning/error

For IE (There is a problem with this website’s security certificate)

For IE (There is a problem with this website’s security certificate)

To solve “There is a problem with this website’s security certificate” error in IE following are the steps:

  • Go to warning/error page in IE
  • Here you’ll see three(3) options
  • If you trust the site then click second option i.e. continue to this website
  • A/f this just follow the steps
  • Refresh your browser and you’ll now see your desired website

For Chrome (This is probably not the site you are looking for)

For Chrome (This is probably not the site you are looking for)

  • Open chrome and then warning/error page
  • In chrome you’ll see two(2) options
  • Click on “Back to safety” if you don’t trust the site
  • And click on “Proceed anyway” button if you trust the site
  • Now refresh the page and you’ll see the required website
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Comments
  1. john

    thanks! keep posting use full stuff

  2. Hamid4u

    wow nice info! Thanks

  3. Jamal

    This article only describes the work-around of the problem without discussing the severe risks involved with adding websites to to the exception list! NOT EVERY WEBSITE should be added to the exception list just like this; particularly if a user visited that site successfully before.

  4. Raj

    bt there is no 3rd option in firefox, 2nd option in IE nd proceed anyway now wat

  5. hudson

    plz i wnt to knw how solve the problem nd neva to diz bulshit again, cuz i formatted my system bcuz of dat d problem stil persist plz help me awt.

  6. Brad

    I added an exception for a page that I trust (it’s a secure military page, hence the message), but now when I try to go back to that page, it still gives the message but since I have already added the exception, it won’t led me add again and I can’t get to the page. Help?

  7. shakeel

    in firefox third option is not there.
    for the first time it was there and after 2 days it is not showing it.
    what can i do.

  8. father of messi

    yu right but facebook is not running properly

  9. Top PC Tips

    Please mention the browser you are using…

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