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#1 shinmarwan

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Posted 29 June 2013 - 02:09 PM

whenever the windows start up an error appear and say

 

" an attempt to add the root certificate to all known browsers on your computer failed "

 

 

The pc work well but i want to get rid of that error

 

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#2 sflatechguy

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Posted 29 June 2013 - 03:01 PM

What browsers are you using?

All browsers download a set of safe and expired certifications, which are used for secure communications over a web browser -- whenever you see https in the url window, for example, the browser is using certificates to ensure that the data is encrypted and, more importantly, that the web site you are logged in with is in fact the genuine article and not an imposter.

This error will crop up sometimes when new software is installed, or you are hosting web pages with a self-signed certificate. Have you installed any new software lately? Also, any info on your OS and computer would be useful, along with any other error messages you may be getting.



#3 shinmarwan

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Posted 29 June 2013 - 03:23 PM

What browsers are you using?

All browsers download a set of safe and expired certifications, which are used for secure communications over a web browser -- whenever you see https in the url window, for example, the browser is using certificates to ensure that the data is encrypted and, more importantly, that the web site you are logged in with is in fact the genuine article and not an imposter.

This error will crop up sometimes when new software is installed, or you are hosting web pages with a self-signed certificate. Have you installed any new software lately? Also, any info on your OS and computer would be useful, along with any other error messages you may be getting.

well i have windows 7 32 bit

 

i use chrome and firefox  latest version

 

my av is eset smart security 6

 

all i did lately is updateing  flash player and java and installing tera copy

 

the internet is working well but this error annoy me



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Posted 29 June 2013 - 03:32 PM

There are a few things you can try. Make sure the clock on your computer is set to the proper day, month, year, date and time. Certificate errors can sometimes be caused when the computer's time is not in sync.

 

You could try checking the certificate settings for your browsers, to make sure they are set properly:

http://www.mozilla.org/projects/security/pki/psm/help_21/using_certs_help.html

http://www.googlechrometutorial.com/google-chrome-advanced-settings/Google-chrome-ssl-settings.html

 

You could try uninstalling and reinstalling the browsers.

You should also run a full antivirus scan. Certificate errors can also be caused by malware.



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Posted 29 June 2013 - 04:11 PM

There are a few things you can try. Make sure the clock on your computer is set to the proper day, month, year, date and time. Certificate errors can sometimes be caused when the computer's time is not in sync.

 

You could try checking the certificate settings for your browsers, to make sure they are set properly:

http://www.mozilla.org/projects/security/pki/psm/help_21/using_certs_help.html

http://www.googlechrometutorial.com/google-chrome-advanced-settings/Google-chrome-ssl-settings.html

 

You could try uninstalling and reinstalling the browsers.

You should also run a full antivirus scan. Certificate errors can also be caused by malware.

thank you






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