Click on Continue to this website (not recommended). Select the second page by clicking on the Security tab.The web page appears with an alarming red address bar. Select the zone Trusted Sites and then click on the Sites button. Click on Close to close the dialog and the OK to close Internet Options as well. Click OK to close the message box and OK again to close the Certificate dialog.You need to install a security certificate as part of configuring your Web browser for Web View access and also if your e-mail client has been configured for Web View access but displays only a blank page when you try to access your UM messages.
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But none of them mention that I should add the certificate into the Trusted People keystore.
That's right, placing it under trusted CA is not enough for my case, I have to put the certs inside the Trusted People also.
The security warning will pop up again And again click on Continue to this website (not recommended). In this dialog click on the button Install Certificate... On the second page make sure that Trusted Sites is still selected. In the list of Trusted sites select the URL we added earlier.
Back in the main window, click on Certificate Error in the red address bar.
The certificate is not trusted because the issuer certificate is unknown." or " an invalid security certificate.
The certificate is not trusted because it is self signed." Browsers are made with a built-in list of trusted certificate providers (like Digi Cert).
Hello, I just got my laptop fixed and now many of the sites that I always go to are saying that there are certificate errors or that the security certificate is expired or not yet valid, etc... Your one simple answer has resolved my query in a jiffy.
why is this happening or is there a setting that can change this? Otherwise I was about to begin in-depth research in Task Manager after Resetting I also did not fix it.
A list of Trusted sites appears, with the current URL to add. This should bring you back to the main browser window. Select the store Trusted Root Certification Authorities and click OK. Finally click Finish to complete the import wizard. Back in the main browser window select Internet options again.
Refresh the page, pressing F5 or clicking on the refresh icon in the address bar. On the next page select Place all certificates in the following store. As before, select the second page by clicking on the Security tab. Finally restart IE and connect to the Ethernut board again via HTTPS.
This issue can also occur if the site has a self-signed certificate.