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Kaspersky cannot validate certificate


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#1 Chris Bar

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Posted 29 September 2015 - 10:17 AM

Am getting numerous alarms from Kaspersky stating that the certificate cannot be verified.  This includes Amazon and Western Digital among others.  Would think anything WD would be ok and likewise Amazon, however Amazon images are what is identified as not having valid certificates.

I'm not sure who/how the certificates are maintained valid, but really am not keen on ignoring the warning.

Have other folks seen this, or know what to do?   I see this so many times, am more than a bit shy now.  Computer is a MacBook Pro current with all the updates.  Have been attempting to install a WD MyCloud....not going well at all with the warnings.



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Posted 29 September 2015 - 11:50 AM

Causes of Invalid certificate from Kaspersky Internet Security
Digital Certificates and ‘HTTPS’
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