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How do I update security certificates in windows 10?

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mrpooh3

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Hi,Just got a new laptop running Windows 10 with chrome browser and on a lot of sites I am constantly getting a pop up message from Kaspersky saying cannot guarantee authenticity of domain to which encrypted connection is established and in reason it says Invalid name of certificate,Either the name is not on the allowed list,or was explicitly excluded.

Is this a windows10 fault or kaspersky fault?

If I get my certificates updated in windows 10 will that fix this error?

Can anyone help me to sort this please?


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I'd start by replacing Kaspersky.


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I'd start by replacing Kaspersky.

 

Can you tell me why?

Kaspersky is rated as the number one security suite on almost every review site I look at.


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https://www.wsj.com/...ense-1507222108

 

https://www.washingt...m=.f303c31547ca

 

https://www.washingt...m=.16226cd4da7e

 

http://fudzilla.com/...ainst-kaspersky


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Hi,thanks for the link's but I'll continue to use it.

 

https://www.tomsguid...news-25516.html


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<shrug> Have fun.


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Hi Mrpoor,

 

Please open kaspesky, and go to:

 

Settings > Additional > Network  > Under encryption connection scanning change it to do not scan encrypted connections.  

 

You'll get a notification saying "this will reduce protection" and just click on continue, then your done and shouldn't have the notifications about connections etc.


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