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HELP! Certificate problems...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by chhhad, Sep 11, 2012.

  1. chhhad

    chhhad Junior Member

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    Hi, I can't get into my analytics account. After I sign in, it gives me an error about the certificate for "plus.google.com" being invalid, then it loads a blank page. Anyone else?

    Update: While on hold with Google I found out that ANY sites I try to go to with https is giving the same certificate error. I cleared cache, cookies, everything and reset the browser (Safari) but same issue. Talked to ISP and they say it may be a browser issue. Downloaded Firefox and same issue. This has never been an issue before. Any suggestions?
     
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    chhhad Junior Member

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    Don't think so... Went on my Plus account and it asked if I wanted to give my bday, I clicked no thanks, it loaded Plus fine, went back to Analytics and same issue :-/ I'm on hold with Google now.
     
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    Anyone have any ideas?
     
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    I had this one time too. Even facebook was not opening anymore.
    I can remember that I tried every knob on my PC. Finally I experimented with the MTU rate and it worked magically, but I really cant explain that behaviour.
     
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    HAHA I figured it out. Somehow the option to automatically set the date and time on my mac wasn't selected, so it thought the date was 12/31/2011, which somehow threw off the certificates. It's fixed! :)