Monday, November 23, 2015

How to Get Rid of Security Certificate Warning

I got a Security Certificate Warning while opening IE. I'm too scared to click on anything, but it's driving me mad and holding me up! What should I do?

Security Certificate Warning usually appear when browsing the web. You will first get a Security Alert, telling that the identify of this website or the integrity of this connection cannot be verified and that the name on the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the site. It will ask whether you want to proceed. Then you will be given three options Yes/No/View Certificate

When clicking View Certificate, a popup about Certificate will appear, giving you details about the certificate. For example:

Issued to:
Issued by: Cerizon Akamai SureServer CA G14-SHA2
Valid from xxxxxx

There is no specific description about this issue. But it seems some kind of malware-like thing attacking your computer and changing something on your computer. You are recommended to use SpyHunter Malware Free Scanner to check if there are threats in your computer. if anyone, you are recommended to remove it.

Download SpyHunter

Step 1: After finishing downloading, click Run to install SpyHunter step by step.

Step 2: After finishing installing, SpyHunter will scan and diagnose your entire system automatically.

Step 3: As the scanning is complete, all detected threats will be listed out. Then, you can click on “Fix Threats” to remove all of the threats found in your system.

Good to know:

SpyHunter responds with advanced technology to stay one step ahead of today’s malware threats. It offers additional customization capabilities to ensure every user is able to custom tailor this anti-malware application to fit their specific needs. It is great if you remove the threats on your own. If you cannot make it yourself, SpyHunter will be another choice for you.

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