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Getting The server's security certificate is revoked! on Google Chrome


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#1 morbidbattlecry

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Posted 18 November 2013 - 12:22 AM

I've been getting the above message on any site that has https in front of the address. Anything google related(searching, going to the main website) will cause this message to come up. If i use firefox i can do google searches but when i click any of the returned resaults links i get a browser hijack. Loading in safe mode with networking allows me to use everything like normal. Although trying to download something it will often stop the download saying a virus was detected.This happends in Safe and regular mode. I'm running windows vista. I think its some sort of malware but i can't be sure, so i thought i would post here first and see what to do. Thanks in advance.



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