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    "Certificate error: navigation blocked" in https sites in HP notebook with windows XP

    While browsing in my HP notebook with windows XP, I am seeing “Certificate error: navigation blocked" in all https sites. How can I resolve this issue?

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    Aniruddha Array
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    Re: "Certificate error: navigation blocked" in https sites in HP notebook with windows XP

    Hi friend,
    Your trouble might have come form a seeting in internet options of your OS, that is Windows whatever.

    Try to find out wheather you have this in the setting.

    go to "start"> "Control panel" > "network and internet" > "Internet options" > "content" > click on "certificates" tab , check for if any certificate list is there in the displayed list. Next click the button " Advanced" and will be able to manipulete the certificate purposes when required.
    removing all enlisted under "certificates" list should offer you the chance to rectify your problem.

    Thank you.

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    Re: "Certificate error: navigation blocked" in https sites in HP notebook with windows XP

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    dear friend,

    There are some reasons behind this kind of error-

    1. Windows firewall is blocking the website.

    Solution- You need to turn off the firewall before browsing to that website.

    Follow these steps to turn off the windows firewall.

    • Log on to your computer as the administrator.
    • Click on the Start button.
    • Go to Control Panel.
    • Click on System & Security.
    • Select Windows firewall option.
    • From the left pane, select "Turn ON or OFF windows firewall" option.
    • Now turn OFF the windows firewall & click on OK to save changes.
    Now check for the error.

    2. Antivirus is blocking the website-either your computer has lot of virus programs or the website has.

    Scan your full system with a good quality antivirus & take action against the damaged & infected files.
    Use an good online antivirus to scan web pages before loading in your computer.

    3.
    There is genuine certificate issue for that your browser is blocking a website.

    Actually there is a certification authority which provides certificates to different websites as per their trust, service & contains. There is a particular time for all websites to renew the licence. If they don't, then webmaster withdraw their certificates. You can manually resolve this problem. You've to follow these steps-

    • Launch Internet Explorer.
    • Click on the Tools option.
    • Select Internet Options.
    • Point to the Content tab.
    • Click on the Certificates.
    • Delete all Certificates by pressing ctrl+A.
    • Restart your browser to see the changes.
    Hope these will help you to solve the problem.

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    Re: "Certificate error: navigation blocked" in https sites in HP notebook with windows XP

    The error known as “Certificate error: navigation blocked" is generally due to the certification invalidity.
    -One of the main reason is system time date mis-match because the certificates allso match the
    system date.

    -so first check the system date if it is right and still you are having problem then go to the browser settings and update the certificates.
    hope this solution will help you .

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    Re: "Certificate error: navigation blocked" in https sites in HP notebook with windows XP

    hii

    If you are getting navigation blocked certificate error and are not able to access https sites on your browser then you can follow these steps to solve the problem :

    - Firstly open internet explorer
    - Now open internet options by going to tools
    - In the internet options you must see the option as security... click that ..
    - There you have to select trusted sites button
    - After selecting trusted sites button select the security level to medium low
    - At last close and you are done .
    Next time you open the browser you will be able to access the https sites ...

    thanks

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    Angry Re: "Certificate error: navigation blocked" in https sites in HP notebook with windows XP

    !! HI !!



    !_! This error will give report about the site if the certificate checking is turned ON !_!



    !! Steps to turn off !!


    !_! Open Internet Explorer !_!


    !_! Click on
    Tools and select Internet Options !_!


    !_! Now the
    Internet options window will appear !_!


    !_! Tap on
    Advanced tab !_!


    !_! Under
    settings scroll down to Security !_!


    !_! Under
    Security,scroll down to see warn about certificate address mismatch and unmark it !_!


    !_! Click on
    Apply and then OK !_!


    !_! Then
    Restart your Internet Explorer for proper fix !_!





    !! Thank you !!

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    Re: "Certificate error: navigation blocked" in https sites in HP notebook with windows XP

    It means that the date and time of your pc is incorrect
    The https site presents a security certificate to your browser
    your browser check the certificate with the date and time on your pc and that presented in the certificate
    If both of them do not match errors like these are given

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    Re: "Certificate error: navigation blocked" in https sites in HP notebook with windows XP

    The problem you are getting means that the date and time setting of your pc is incorrect

    1.The https sites presents a certificate to your browser
    2.Your browser checks for the authencity of the certificate but since date and time of your pc is incorrect the data does not match and navigation is blocked
    3.To solve this problem is very simple just correct the date and time and then you shall be able to browse https sites any any browser installed in your pc

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