There is a problem with this website's security certificate message in IE

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Now that the new improved Microsoft Edge is becoming popular with Windows 10 users, Internet Explorer is becoming a thing of the past. However, there are still some loyal users who trust this browser because of its ease of use and also because they are used to it. However, it has its drawbacks and one of them is this annoying error message "There is a problem with the security certificate on this website.Which appears from time to time when you try to start Internet Explorer.

Well, there are a few ways to easily bypass the warning message. That's how.

Method 1: Manually correct the time zone and time

If the time or time zone is incorrect on the system, this could be one of the reasons why the certificate error is displayed. A warning may appear that says: The security certificate presented by this website has expired or is not yet valid. If so, please follow the steps below.

Step 1: Click on windows icon in your Desk and write Time in the search box. Click on Change the date and time option.

Step 2: It will take you to the file Date and time category in settings application. You can edit the file Current, date and time. You can enable the button for Set the time automatically or disable it to edit the file current date and time by hand. To change it manually, click Modify button below Set the date and time manually option.

Step 3: You can also set your system's time zone to automatic by activating the slider below Automatically set the time zone option. If you keep it off, manually change the time zone below Time zone section.

You have finished changing your system's date, time, and time zone.

Method 2: disable the certificate address mismatch warning

If when IE opens it says: The security certificate presented by this website was issued for a different website address, it means the certificate name does not match. While not recommended as changing the settings may cause security issues, you can try the steps below.

Step 1: Launching Internet browser. Click on Gear sign in in the top right corner of your browser and click Internet options.

Step 2: A Internet options window, click Advanced tab, scroll down to Safety section and deselect the Warn about certificate address mismatch option. Click on To apply and so ok to save the changes e Departure.

Restart the system for the changes to take effect.

You can easily open IE now as a warning message: "There is a problem with the security certificate of this website" The problem should now be fixed.

Method 3: install the certificate

1. Search for Internet Explorer in the Windows 10 search box.

2. Right-click the Internet Explorer icon and click Run as administrator.

3. Reopen the website and click the Continue to this website option (not recommended).

4. Click Certificate Error in the address bar, then click See the certificates.

5. Click Install Certificate.

6. Click Next.

7. Click Place all certificates in the following store option.

8. Click Look.

9. Click Trusted Root Certification Authorities then click ok.

10. Click Yup in immediate warning.

11. Click ok on him The import was successful Message

12 Click ok on him Certificate box.

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