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I am getting the error message, "There is a problem with this website's security certificate."  Additionally, it says "certification error; navigation blocked."  How do I correct?  The computer is an HP Pavilion f1503.  Thanks for your immediate help.
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I notmally resolve this by adding the site to the trusted sites. However, I would like to know the site that is causing the problem.
I am an HP employee.

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Mine is a Windows 7 Home Premium Hp Pavilion Entertainment Pc and it keeps on saying that security certificate junk and when I pressed it, it said it was out of date and stuff. Can somebody help me fix it because I wanna play on websites and stuff and everytime I try, it says it doesn't trust this website
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 >>> How do I correct?  Thanks for your immediate help. 

 

>> Someone

 

> Please help.

 

Security-certificates have a "not valid before" and a "not valid after" date.

 

So, check the date/time/timezone on your computer.

 

Also, from:  http://www.bing.com/search?q=HP+Pavilion+f1503

 

it seems that the 'F1503' is the model-number for your computer's monitor, not your computer.

 

If you are trying to connect, either "wired" or "wireless", to your home wired/wireless router, it is important that the "clock" inside the router also has the correct date/time/timezone.

 

What is the model-number for your computer?

 

What is the manufacturer and model-number of your router?

Sometimes, it also is important to tell us the "version" of the software running on the router.

Check the label on the bottom of the router?

 

Do you get the error-message only when trying to connect to some web-sites, e.g., https://www.google.com

or https://www.microsoft.com  ???

 

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