Safari: Certificates not Valid (please help)

ptc6

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Nov 25, 2011
10
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My macbook is about 4months old and never had problem browsing the internet.

However since last night nearly every site i visit I get a popup stating the site certificate is not valid.


Example:
http://i42.tinypic.com/5v953p.jpg


Now when I went onto mail it also says this also.
http://i39.tinypic.com/qnpoiw.jpg

Its come to the point Im tired of popups every 2minutes, I'm considering not using Safari even though I prefer it to other browsers.

I'd really appreciate any help on this.
 

MrMadBird

macrumors newbie
Mar 29, 2012
1
0
Hey partner, dont know if you are still having this problem or not, or for others looking for the answer. This is caused by an incorrect date on your computer. Check your date and set it to the proper one. This can happen on Mac's and PC's. Problem solved :)

Cheers!
 

rmwebs

macrumors 68040
Apr 6, 2007
3,140
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Hey partner, dont know if you are still having this problem or not, or for others looking for the answer. This is caused by an incorrect date on your computer. Check your date and set it to the proper one. This can happen on Mac's and PC's. Problem solved :)

Cheers!
Not always the case. Its happened to me a few times with GMail. Its similar to the annoying Chrome issue where any Google https URL is considered insecure.

Theres not a huge amount you can do other than whitelist the sites it happens on the most.
 

Annakarnina

macrumors newbie
Mar 1, 2014
1
0
Thank you

Hey partner, dont know if you are still having this problem or not, or for others looking for the answer. This is caused by an incorrect date on your computer. Check your date and set it to the proper one. This can happen on Mac's and PC's. Problem solved :)

Cheers!
Thank you so much! I corrected the time and date and my problem's solved:):):)

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Hey partner, dont know if you are still having this problem or not, or for others looking for the answer. This is caused by an incorrect date on your computer. Check your date and set it to the proper one. This can happen on Mac's and PC's. Problem solved :)

Cheers!
Thank you so much! I corrected the time and date and my problem's solved:):):)