IE may instead display a message There is a problem with this website’s security certificate and suggest possible actions for you to take.
If you see this message frequently, here are a few steps you can take: 1] If it indeed is a genuine cause, the website owner/host can purchase a certificate for each Web server from proper authorities.
If I copy the URL of the image not displayed to another tab and I click on , the image is displayed.
When I go back to the original page, after reloading, the content is not shown.
When Root CA's (the companies signing the trusted certificates) issue a certificate, they first verify that the customer actually is the registrant for the domain they need a certificate for. Extended Validation certificates), the Root CA's will require information from the customer to verify that their business is legit, and not just shell corps set up to scam internet users.
Last year, Comodo (one of the largest issuer of validated SSL Certificates) and subsequently Digi Notar (a similar, albeit smaller issuer, based in the Netherlands), was hacked by the so-called "Comodo Hacker", who managed to issue a number of certificates for, among other subjects *.*(matching any 2-component site), *.*.org, login.yahoo.com, and so on.
It could be that the certificate is outdated or was issued by an entity that Internet Explorer does not trust.
In any case, if you know the website is trustworthy, there two methods you can try to get past the certificate error: update the date and time on your computer or simply accept the certificate.
If you are using Windows and Internet Explorer, the browser generates this error when it attempts to open a website that has a problematic security certificate.Now when I go to use Internet Explorer 11 and Edge in Windows 10, I receive an error message stating: 'There is a problem with this website's security certificate,' no matter what website I try and visit. " My response: I asked Julia if she would like me to connect to her machine via remote desktop support to have a better look, and she agreed.I have uninstalled the Advanced PC Care program but both IE11 and Edge are broken. Sure enough, both web browsers would report the same error message, "There is a problem with this website's security certificate" - no matter what website I tried to open.In that case, all website security certificates will be invalid because they rely on correct date and time to function properly. As with most programs that give strange error messages, usually uninstalling a program and reinstalling it will fix the issue.However, that is not possible with Internet Explorer and Edge because they are part of the operating system; as such, the next best option would be to reset both browsers.