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Whenever you browse the Internet, you may occasionally encounter an error message when trying to access a website where it states that there were issues with its certificate.
In simple terms, a website security certificate is a form of identification through which a client, which in this case is the web browser that you use, recognizes a website, or more specifically the web server.
They also serve a security purpose, since they help users identify that a website is actually a legitimate one and not a fake site of an imposter.
Given its importance, any errors related to a website’s certificate can indeed be a problem. However, most often than naught, they are usually just errors of your browser.
Of course, this doesn’t mean that they should be taken lightly, as they can also be the sign of a malware attack.
Find here the solution for problems with a certificate or a web server’s use of the certificate: