[SOLVED] Navigation not private NET:ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID

Jun 23, 2019
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Hello, I have since this morning an error message on chrome that my navigation is not private with the acronym NET:ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID and so I cannot go on any web page

I tried everything but nothing works: change date and time , dns , cookies/cache, settings,clear data, I also tried to uninstall antivirus,firewall and even ipconfig/flushdns ipconfig/Renew ipconfig/registerdns
Nothing is working!

and I just added "-ignore-certificate-errors" after the target in the properties of the Chrome icon and I can restart my web pages without the error message.

However, I still have the small /!/Not Secure sign before my urls with the crossed-out https. So I wanted to know what I could do to fix this problem? because leaving "-ignore-certificate-errors" in the target does not solve the problem it just allows to bypass it.. Thank you for your answers
 

Mandark

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Cracked os are not allowed here. This is most definitely your problem. You can use windows 10 for free without activation for as long as you like and I encourage you to go download the latest Windows 10 to a USB and install clean and you won’t have this issue
 

Mandark

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I mean exactly what I said you don’t need to activate it and everything will work just fine except you won’t be able to change your background wallpaper and a few other of nagging issues. But Microsoft will allow you to use it and will update it properly and it will work perfectly

It’s very ironic that you are using a cracked version of windows and You posted in a security forum. Your cracked version of windows could be doing all kinds of nefarious things behind your back

Please don’t steal
 

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