Browser not updating certificate
They expect websites to use it (and are quick to point out when they’re not).
I’m excited that people are recognizing when a site uses SSL and I’m eager to take that knowledge even further.
When you visit a website whose web address starts with https, your communication with the site is encrypted to help ensure your privacy.
Before starting the encrypted communication, the website will present Firefox with a certificate to identify itself.
Fingerprint: An abbreviated form of the Public Key.
Fingerprint Algorithm: Algorithm used to create the Fingerprint.
If on Windows 10, make “Set Time Automatically” to “on.” 3. Go to Properties and tap on “Target” tab and modify it. Copy and paste this text ” –ignore-certificate-errors” without quotes. You can always use SSL unblocker in case you have to visit some site and you are getting SSL certificate error, note that it will not fix your issue but will just give you a temporary way of accessing the websites. If your problem is still not resolved go here (How To Fix SSL Connection Error in Google Chrome).
Sharing the address and site identification (the Secure Website Certificate) for the site that was untrusted will help us identify and block malicious sites to keep you better protected.Issuer: Identifies the entity that issued the certificate.Subject Alt Name Extension: List of website addresses that the certificate can be used to identify.This problem popped up for the first time a few months ago. Now, after updating to the latest version of Firefox, I get the same security warning but the option to click "I Understand the Risks" is gone.but I was able to work around it by by clicking on "I understand the risks" on the "This Connection Is Untrusted" warning page, and then by adding a security exception. I get this error message on the technical details page: (Error code: sec_error_unknown_issuer I have done everything listed here many, many times: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/connection-untrusted-error-message I mean everything. This problem popped up for the first time a few months ago. Now, after updating to the latest version of Firefox, I get the same security warning but the option to click "I Understand the Risks" is gone.