Security Certificate manage to keep you connected securely to websites. Using a secure HTTPS connection, need to pay a third party certificate authority. If the certificate error occurs due to expiration date, then its normal. All you need is to simply renew it and the error will gone. But if the error is not about expiration, then that is something else you need to fix it.
Why worry about security certificate errors?
There is a ton of spam out there, and lots of people who want to steal your information or take advantage of you. Almost anyone who has ever used the internet knows this, or has suffered at the hands of people who spy or steal over the internet.
As such, people are much more careful than they used to be about making sure a site is trustworthy before spending much time in it. If your users are getting an alert whenever they visit that your site isn’t secure, they are going to bounce back to Google and your traffic numbers will drop.
In this tutorial, we will guide you through simple methods how to fix Security Certificate Errors. Just follow this article and you are good to go.
How To Fix Certificate Error
First of all, you need to check your computer clock whether it is on or off. The problem occurs when your computer clock is off, as the certificates have specific start and end dates. For example, if your computer thinks its 2003 and can’t able to manage with accurate date and time due to which it doesn’t see any certificate as valid.
Right click on the Date/time located at the bottom left side of the taskbar and then select “Adjust Date/Time” from the properties menu. You can also set the Date/time automatically by windows. You can also “sync all your device to atomic clock” and select the right time zone.
After that, restart your computer and your time will be set. Check the problem still persists or not. If yes, then you need to check your browser is up to date or not. Also run a malware scan in order to confirm that the browser is malicious free.
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Muhammad Tayyab is a long time contributor at Geekspie.com. Muhammad has years of experience writing about tech, including tutorials to resolve common problems users experience with Windows and Mac computers, iOS and and android devices, and software of all kinds. He can be reached through the contact us form.