"This connection is untrusted"
This message box pops up with most sites and links since I updated Firefox. This includes basic links in troubleshooting articles such as the SSL test and other "try this" links on the troubleshooting page. I have NOD antivirus and firewall enabled, and have no issues with other search engines (Explorer and Chrome). I like Mozilla and don't want to abandon it. Please help. Facebook was the first, but there are too many to list.
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if you have ESET go to setup > enter advanced setup > extend web and email tree > extend Protocol filtering > SSL > select Do not scan SSL protocol
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From ESET: "ESET is aware of this issue and is working on a product update that will allow Mozilla Firefox to access websites that use SSL certificates with SSL scanning enabled. As a temporary solution, disable SSL protocol scanning to continue using Mozilla Firefox without interruption."
I had never had issues with ESET so I didn't think to check there first. The solution worked! Many thanks for your help.
you are welcome, i have nod32 antivirus for adout 3 years now and the newest version came up always with selected "Do not scan SSL protocol" !!!
I reset my date to resolve a printer issue earlier today. the messages started after this, I've now reset the date to the correct one and bingo - all is well again.
maybe a longshot for you but check it anyway.