Youtube security certificate

Youtube security certificate

What is https and how to install ssl certificate

This error means that the site’s identification sent to you is for a different site. Although nothing you send will be intercepted, the recipient will not be who you think it is.
When the certificate is for a different section of the same site, this is a normal occurrence. You may have gone to https://example.com, but the certificate is for https://www.example.com. You should not get the alert if you go directly to https://www.example.com in this situation.”
This error indicates that the site’s identification sent to you is for a different site. Although nothing you send will be intercepted, the recipient will not be who you think it is.
When the certificate is for a different section of the same site, this is a normal occurrence. You may have gone to https://example.com, but the certificate is for https://www.example.com. You should not get the alert if you go directly to https://www.example.com in this situation.”

How to solve website security certificate problem

Another thing to look at is your Mac’s proxy settings. The Advanced tab in Safari’s preferences is a fast way to get to these. Near the bottom of that tab, there should be a “Adjust Settings…” button beside “Proxies” that will open Device Preferences and take you straight to the proxy settings. Beyond that, it’s difficult to provide suggestions, so search for some proxy settings that you haven’t set up yourself.
Last but not least, look for malicious or buggy kernel extensions. Although it’s impossible on Yosemite (because kernel extensions must now be signed in order to load), it’s worth testing. Open the Terminal app and type the following command to see a list of any kernel extensions that don’t classify as Apple.
If the issue is with the keychain, you might try to fix it. To do so, go to the Utilities folder and open Keychain Access. Select Keychain First Aid from the Keychain Access menu, then enter your Password, click Fix, and then press Start.
Thanks for posting this; I recently had a very similar problem with gmail and YouTube not loading at all, and I was able to trace my problem back to a plugin that I recently installed using this information. My problem was triggered by the Citrix plugin, so I began uninstalling them one by one. Just a little more information: I didn’t see you use that plugin, but I’m sure it’s one of yours. This was my contribution:

Ssl and certificates explained for beginners

Suddenlink operates as a cable company. If this is your ISP, you may be asked to approve something, such as a capture portal. To find out, go straight to their website or use a http-only (no https) target so that their capturing works properly.
Today, all computers and phones connected to WiFi had the same SSL/HSTS problem. I contacted Suddenlink after verifying the device date and resetting the modem and router, and they informed me that we had exceeded our monthly usage limit of 250G. We’ve only been using Chromecast for about a month, so I’m guessing that’s the issue. This is the connection that the customer service representative sent me: https://activate.suddenlink.net/activate/self-service that provided me with an error code and a phone number to call. When I asked why only SSL traffic was affected, the CSR said they didn’t know and that’s how Suddenlink wanted to handle it.

How ssl certificate works?

Why does my smart TV now warn me that “there is an issue with this website’s security certificate” when I go online? I’ve tried everything from a factory reset to adjusting the clock, but nothing has succeeded. I’d appreciate it if anyone could tell me how to stop this from happening.
I’m having the same problem, but I’ve figured out a solution.
It appears to be limited to my ISP, so I connect to a mobile hotspot on my tablet, then reboot the television; most websites and apps should now function. And as long as the TV is turned on, you can change the link back to your wifi and it should continue to function (at least until the next reboot). I believe the Smarthub segment gets an internal timestamp from an internet source on bootup. Since your router or ISP can block or misroute this route to the timestamp source, it defaults to January 1, 1970! It can’t then authenticate any websites because they all have certificates that are only valid in the “future”!
It happened to me, too, with Youtube software. I put the TV to the test using our Wired and Wireless Internet connections on various devices. Only a new Mobile Phone’s WiFi Hotspot using a different ISP allowed the TV to connect, so I had to reset the TV to factory settings and reload the apps. With that connection, I was able to watch Youtube and Netflix for a while. However, when I switched off the TV and then turned it back on, the “protection certificate” error message appeared when I tried to open Youtube apps. The “Allow” button would have no effect because the screen would be blank for those applications.

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