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This is a discussion on Invalid Certificate Warnings within the Internet Explorer & Edge Forum forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. After installing Windows Updates KB890830, KB2807986, KB2809289 and KB2814124 on 18/3 I am receiving Invalid Certificate notices from some websites.


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Old 03-19-2013, 10:57 AM   #1
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After installing Windows Updates KB890830, KB2807986, KB2809289 and KB2814124 on 18/3 I am receiving Invalid Certificate notices from some websites. I've cleared out History, cookies, temp files etc but cannot get rid of them. My system is Vista Home Premium, SP2, IE9.
Should I worry anfd how can I stop them.
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Old 03-20-2013, 10:05 AM   #2
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This is a problem for the typical user. Expired certificates or none whatsoever cause the prompt. If you're definitely sure you're on the site you chose and not a spoof then "allow this time only".
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This is a problem for the typical user. Expired certificates or none whatsoever cause the prompt. If you're definitely sure you're on the site you chose and not a spoof then "allow this time only".
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Many thanks for the help.
Would I expect this to happen each time I login to these sites in future?
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Probably, but I've seen it intermittently. I even saw it with the Yahoo Certificate at one time.
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