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Q: windows 7 And Windows 10 trusted root certificate

Hello

After Install Windows 7 and windows 10 on trusted root certificate i get minimal Certificate i need all Certificate

for example ( verisign, comodo)

i work offline , no Wsus Server

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We are experiencing this problem with a few workstations and laptops and what we are currently doing is exporting the CA certificate from a workstation that has it in its store and importing it. The problem with this is that the certificate will eventually
expire and we will have to re import a new one again. I don't believe it is a group policy issue because other computers in the same OU are not missing the certificate.

Cany anyone shed light on how to troubleshoot this or how to force (if possible) the workstation to download the CA certificate?

Thank you in advance.
Jose

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Hi,
I am trying to install CA root certificate on Windows 7, IE 9.
Encounter error: "Untrusted Certificate".  "This certificate cannot be verified up to a trusted certificate authority."
I have tried to install the certificate to Trusted Root Certificate Authorities->local computer and import was successful. BUT on IE->Internet Options->Certificate->Trusted Root Certificate Authorities, I am unable to find this root CA on
the list.
On mmc->Certificates->Trusted Root Certificate Authorities->certificates, I am able to view this root CA.
I then restarted the IE and view the ssl site again but failed too, "Untrusted Certificate".
Anyone, any idea ?
Regards,
Eye Gee

A:Unable to Install Root CA Certificate - Certificate cannot be verified up to a trusted certificate authority.

May the following workarounds work for you:
Workaround 1:
Modify the Windows settings to allow the Update Root Certificate feature to update the root certificates automatically. For details, see the following Microsoft TechNet article:
Certificate Support and Resulting Internet Communication in Windows Server 2008
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771121(WS.10).aspx
Workaround 2?
If the Update Root Certificate feature cannot automatically update the root certificates, you may contact the website vender to see if there is a hotfix can fix the issue.

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(I'm cross posting this from
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie11-windows_7/a-certificate-chain-processed-but-terminated-in-a/e6895c7e-c6b9-4a96-a5f5-a4dcd40b7b45 as directed by the forum moderator there.)
Hello,

First, I have reviewed the other posts with similar questions and noted that I can install the certificate into root certificates and most likely this problem will go away, some specifics:

1) When a client reported this error using a pop.secureserver.net on an outlook 2003 client, I just figured it was godaddy or the REALLY old Outlook client, but nonetheless, I went in to troubleshoot it and was convinced it was godaddy, but when I tried
to start my Outlook 2016 client on my Windows 10 computer on their network, I got the same error.  Two notes are important: 1) I use godaddy as well and 2) I used the same computer at a different client just yesterday without a single error message.
2) They use POP 995 w/ SSL & SMTP 465 w/ SSL to pop.secureserver.net & smtpout.secureserver.net repsectively
3) I called the company that manages their firewall and was told that everything was fine, but was sent a certificate from the firewall that might fix the problem.
4) The firewall company tells me they use a fortinet firewall

I have some questions that I'm hoping one of the experts here can answer for me:

- What in a firewall setup can cause a certificate to fail as listed in the subject?
- Is there a port or configuration change they... Read more

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Hello,
I've a very nasty issue with root CA certificate that's disappearing from the trusted root authorities store. I'll shortly describe the environment: 
- Two tier PKI infrastructure with a offline, standalone root CA and a domain joined Enterprise issuing CA (both W2012R2); root CA certificate is published in AD
- There's a parent and child domain. Issuing CA lives in parent domain (2012R2 domain&forest level)
- Employees are working on a 2012R2 RDS&Citrix XenApp 76 server in the child domain
- In the parent domain several servers are using a SSL certificate signed by the company owned issuing CA; it's a SAN certificate
- The root CA's certificate is in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities store of all member servers in parent & child domain (so, that's also valid for the 2012R2 RDS servers)
The issue is that the certificate of the root CA that's in the trusted CA store of all RDS servers is being deleted on a regular base (at least once a day on each RDS-server). I enabled CAPI2 logging, but I couldn't find anything that makes sense. However
I'm able to reproduce this issue in very simple way: if I start IE11 on a RDS-server and browse to the IP-adres or NETBIOS-name of a webserver that host a site that's using a certificate from our PKI (so, it's clear that the URL isn't matching the names entered
in the SAN certificate) and I click on 'Continue to this website (not recommended)', the root CA's certificate is being removed from trusted... Read more

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When I go through the MMC, I add the snap in for certificate. When I go through the import process for Trusted People, in Win 7 you can click "show physical stores" and "local computer" becomes an option for "trusted people".
I don't see this in Win 8. I see registry, enterprise, and group policy. Which do I use, or how do I get "local computer" to show up?

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Hi,
I have setup a test network to try 802.1x and have stumbled across an issue with the with the "Trusted Root Certification Authorities". No matter which authority I select, the client connects anyways - although the connection should not be established.
To clarify:
Radius Server RadA has received it's certificate from the domain CA CADOM.
Now on the Windows 7 Client I have set "Validate Server Certificate" and just selected GeoTrust Global CA - so some CA that definitely has NOT signed the Radius server's certificate. 
The client connects without any issues - this should not be the case according to my understanding. I expect the client to deny the connection, because the certificate presented has been signed by CADOM and not by the allowed GeoTrust.
Can somebody explain this behavior?

Thanks
Tom

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Hello,

I am trying to resolve an issue where multiple client computers in the organisation are using an internally deployed Root CA certificate (before my time and no longer required) to sign the end entity certificate for external websites, google.co.uk
for example. All SSL sites appeared to be affected by this.




However this is not the case as sub domains of sites with issues show the correct cert chain, the below is for mail.google.com




Removing or untrusting this root ca cert breaks access to these sites.

I have reset root certs in various ways, removed machines from the domain, applied no GPOs, manually updated CRL and pulled down updated certs with rootsupd.exe.
It always attempts to use this rouge CA cert to sign the websites cert.

Any assistance would be much appreciated.

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I am trying to install a vendor?s 64 bit driver on my system running Windows Embedded Standard 7. I am getting errors that the Windows does not have enough information to verify the driver's certificate. 

The vendor has told me that their drivers are digitally signed and that the issue is that my system is not connected to the internet and therefore does not receive windows updates.
They said that if the Windows Root Certificate Program could connect to the internet my issue would be solved.
My system cannot connect to the internet for security reasons. I was wondering if there is any way to fix this issue without connecting to the internet?

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Good day,

I work for a company that uses an ethernet connection and a netgear switch to connect a bunch of trucks together, and then software on the main computer to control all the different trucks and display the data off the trucks, rates, pressures, engine diagnostics etc.

Lately I have had an issue with the software on the main computer locking up. When I checked the event viewer the last couple of times I had a crypt32 error right around the time the software froze. Now I understand why this is happening, because windows is trying to update the root certificates, and I'm not connected to the internet.

The questions I have are:

Do you think it's possible that windows trying to update the root certificates could interfere with the connection between the main computer and the pumps, even for just a split second, to interrupt the software?

And also how would I go about trying to recreate the windows certificate update to see if I can make this issue happen again? Is there a program that runs to update the certificates? I've tried searching the internet and can't find a name or anything. This is the most important part of these questions. Recreating this issue and seeing if it shows up in the event viewer is of the utmost importance to me.

Any help would be greatly appreciated,

Thanks.

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Hi guys,

I had installed this mapping tool before applying all the Windows Updates and I got this Untrusted Certificate warning error as shown in the image.

Now, I had reinstalled Windows 10 and ran all the updates and then installed this tool which is a NON-Web version, meaning its a program that runs on the desktop but gathers all the mapping data from Bing Maps and so forth.
After when I launched it this time, that message DOES NOT appear now.

So clearly, it had something to do with a Windows Update that updates all Root Certificates.
But the issue is, I really need to know which update is it so next time I can install this Windows Update myself manually.

Anyone know?

Many thanks!

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Is there a rvkroots.exe available for download for the mentioned KB so that I can remediate a Nessus finding?
We are on a disconnected network so windows update is disabled in our network.
In the past we are able to just download rvkroots.exe and push it out to all our Win7 computers.

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I have some Windows 7 systems which have not run Windows Updates for many years, and cannot due to regulatory reasons.   We rely upon Windows to automatically update the Trusted Root Certificate store whenever we browse to a web site/web service
that uses a certificate the system doesn't recognize. 
Sometime recently, the Trusted Root Certificate Store no longer updates automatically.  The Windows Event Log shows an error stating that the certificates cannot be downloaded from:
http : // ctldl.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/v3/static/trustedr/en/authrootstl.cab
If we browse to this location manually, the cab file contains an invalid Microsoft certificate. 

This was also an issue in Sept 2018.  At that time, the certificate had expired, and Microsoft eventually updated the certificate to resolve the issue.   This time, the certificate does not appear to have expired.  Why is the certificate
invalid this time, and can Microsoft fix it again?

Thanks

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Very annoying problem.
XP Pro with IE6 on desktop computer.
Trusted Sites contains: https://pilotweb.nas.faa.gov

When ever I go to the following site I get a Security Alert that states that the certificate was issued by a company that I have not chosen to trust...would I like to proceed, or install the certificate. Normally, I just click "YES" to proceed and I get my data. Sometimes I'll re-install the certificate as if it will do any good for next time...but it doesn't.

Here's the URL:

https://pilotweb.nas.faa.gov/geo/fl...Z&icao_id=RDU&icao_id=RWI&radius=10&options=A

Any ideas of what I can do so that this site is always trusted and I no longer get the Security Alert?

Thanks so much,
Tom
 

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Am running XP Pro SP3 on Dell Latitude D820.  All Windows XP & IE updates have been installed.
Suddenly, I am seeing (Topic) appearing when I attempt to login to some websites, even one for software downloaded from this site (Sun Trust...).
Most disturbing is that the login to one of my investment companies is now showing the "..not trusted" pop-up.  This is one of the largest investment companies in the U.S., so I doubt that there is a problem with their certificate, while I could easily believe that my local newspaper (another "not trusted") might not be up to date.
I have Norton installed and updated and have run Hitman, Emsisoft, AdwCleaner & ComboFix without incident but also without the desired result.
Any ideas?

A:Security Certificate not Trusted

Try installing this update http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=42092
 
It updates the list of root certificates on your PC (theses tell your PC how to recognise certificates that it should trust). The update is not installed automatically with other critical or important updates, so if you've only done those, you may have missed this one.

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My work involves several sites we use on a daily basis. One of these sites (via Chrome) has started coming back as "unsecure", and no fixes I've done are working. I've modified the settings (and then) turned off the warnings, I've added -ignore-certification-error to the shortcut properties, and I've added the site to the list of Trusted Sites. I still keep getting the damn "not secure" warning.

The PCs in question are Dell Optiplex 7040. Does anyone have any other ideas? I've looked at doing Copy To File for the site certification, but the one in question is grayed out.
 

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Hi All ,
How to fix this Vulnerability ?

The following certificate was at the top of the certificate
chain sent by the remote host, but it is signed by an unknown
certificate authority :


|-Subject : CN=
|-Issuer  : CN=NACH-HYPERV


https://www.itu.int/rec/T-REC-X.509/en
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X.509

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I use the Chrome Browser for my internet surfing. When I attempt to log on to the Federal Government's website "ebenefits.gov", I get a warning that states "The sites security certificate is not trusted". I tell it to proceed anyway and it goes to the Veterans Administration website where I can check the status of a disability claim I filed last year. With Firefox, you could tell the browser to accept the certificate once, and it never asked presented the error again. With Chrome, you have to do it every time you go to the website. This is a primary government site for the VA and DOD and I trust it. Any idea how I can get Chrome to accept its certificate as valid? Thanks for reading and sharing.
 

A:This site's security certificate is not trusted

Make sure you have the correct date and time on your computer.
 

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http://myonlinesecurity.co.uk/emet-4-0-emet-detected-ssl-certificate-facebook-com-trusted/

Facebook buttons and links are embedded in so many websites, that any user who has EMET 4.0 installed will get the alert when generally surfing the web. This alert does not mean in this particular case that there is a problem with Facebook or any hijack or divert is taking place. All this “EMET detected that the SSL certificate for *.facebook.com is not trusted” means is that the rule checking the certificates inside EMET has expired on 30 December 2013. It does not mean in this particular case that the Facebook SSL certificate has expired or that anybody is intercepting or diverting your secure SSL connection to Facebook.

There are 3 cures to stop the EMET detected that the SSL certificate for *.facebook.com is not trusted alert message:

By far Cure 1 is the safest to do. All that option 2 does is delay the warning until the new date you set.

1.Update EMET 4.0 to 4.1 by going to Microsoft EMET 4.1 download and download and install EMET 4.1. This installs over the top of EMET 4.0 and retains any specific rules and settings that you have configured yourself.

2.Open up EMET 4.0, click on TRUST ( CONFIGURE CERTIFICATE TRUST) –> Click on the Pinning Rules Tab –> Under Rule Expiration for FacebookCA you can change the rule to expire next month or later and the message will go away. You can set it to when the YahooCA rule will expire on 3/13/2014 if you like and you won’t rece... Read more

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Seems Comodo has inserted itself into my list of Trusted Publishers in IE8 and my "Remove" button is disabled. I don't appreciate this one bit, especially since one of the certs has expired. Is this normal or cause for concern? How can I get my Remove option back? Any suggestions much appreciated. Thanks a lot!

A:Comodo Certificate Signing in IE8 Trusted Publishers

i don't see this as an issue but you are right that there should be an opt-out.You could use DelDomains - but. as it states, it will remove everythingFirstly download: DelDomains.infLocate DelDomains.inf right-click and select: InstallNote: you will not see any on-screen action ...This will remove all entries in the Trusted, Restricted,and Enhanced Security Configuration Zones.Note once you do this, any previous restricted zone hacks (spywareblaster, ie-spyad, etc) will need to be reapplied.

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A week ago, I installed a fresh Win7 Home Premium on my laptop-A. After all the Windows Updates, I took a look inside the Trusted Root Certification Authorities, I found some entries appear twice. e.g. there are two Thawte Premium Server CA, and few other entries I known not there.

I check my another laptop-B which had been used for 3 months. the certification entries there are correct.

1 week later, I have a look at laptop-A again, some entries changed and there're still two Thawte Premium Server CA.

I wonder what's going on and how to fix it? does the root certification get updated itself automatically?

A:Trusted Root Certification Authorities in IE8

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Root certificates on Windows Vista and later are distributed via the automatic root update mechanism ? that is, per root certificate. When a user visits a secure Web site (by using HTTPS SSL), reads a secure email (S/MIME), or downloads an ActiveX control that is signed (code signing) and encounters a new root certificate, the Windows certificate chain verification software checks Microsoft Update for the root certificate. If it finds it, it downloads the current Certificate Trust List (CTL) containing the list of all trusted root certificates in the Program, and verifies that the root certificate is listed there; it then downloads the specified root certificate to the system and installs it in the Windows Trusted Root Certification Authorities Store. If the root certificate is not found, the certificate chain is not completed, and the system returns an error. To the user, a successful root update is seamless. The user does not see any security dialog boxes or warnings. The download happens automatically. In addition, Windows Vista and later client SKUs support weekly pre-fetching from Microsoft Update to check for updated root certificate properties (for example, extended validation (EV), code signing or server authentication properties, which are certificate properties added to a root certificate). ... Read more

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if i delete these what will happen.... i have no "trusted publishers" but i do a bunch of "trusted root certification authorities"

thanks
sd
 

A:trusted root certification authorities

If you delete all your root certificates, you will get a security alert when your browser attempts to establish an SSL connection. The alert will say that the root certificate is not trusted and will ask you if you wish to continue or not.

Any particular reason you want to delete these?

Actually, now that I am thinking of, there may be other problems that occur is you delete these. I'm thinking of things like Microsoft digitally signed drivers and such. Some of those certificates may be needed for things other than an SSL connection. I don't know.
 

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On a client machine running Windows 7 Professional there is only smartcard and registry option available. I need to import a certificate to computer account - trusted root CA.
MMC - Add/Remove - Certificates - Local Computer

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SOmetime i face issues with the root certificates on a newly deployed machine.
Once the fully patches image is deployed and joined the domain -- gets all policies etc 
somehow when i browse internet https://google.com or lets say https://bing.com i get certificate errors in IE
We use Windows 7 X64 Ent -- Fully patched
What i realized on the system where i faced this issue is it is missing the 
Equifax Secure Cert Auth / Geo Trust / DigiCert Baltimore Root  
From trusted Root Certificate store

I am not sure why this should happen on a fully patched system and why only on some all the machines are deployed form the same image.
Any advice on how i can get the trusted Root certs -- i do not want to manulaly import each cert 1 by one.

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https://internalwebsite.domain.local has a self-generated certificate. I browse to that site, I get a certificate warning about how it's not issued by a trusted certification authority. as expected.

I click continue, I click the certificate error, I click view certificates. issued to internalwebsite.domain.local, issued by internalwebsite.domain.local. I click install certificate, I put it in my local machine's Trusted Root Certification Authorities
store. I exit out and close IE. I open MMC certificates snap-in and verify that the certificate is in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities store.

I go back to the site, I still get an error saying the certificate was not issued by a trusted certificate authority.

same thing if I put the cert in the current user's trusted root certification authorities store.
huh?

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We have client machines on IE11 that cannot connect to common websites using https (Facebook, Reddit etc.) because they do not have the Trusted Root Certs installed.
Until 2014 Microsoft released updates to Trusted Root Certificates via KB patches.
Since then they have advised customers to rely upon the process of Windows Update connecting to Microsoft servers to process the CTL (Certificate Trust Lists).
Question 1: Are clients sitting behind a proxy server able to download and process these lists? Our client machines clearly show that they are not able to resolve the update servers, so I assume not.
According to this article from 2014 - https://technet.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/dn265983.aspx

"The list of trusted root certificates is available as a self-extracting IEXPRESS package in the Microsoft Download Center, the Windows catalog, or by using Windows Server Update Services (WSUS). IEXPRESS packages are released at the same time as the trusted
CTL."
Question 2: Where can I find that/any of those packages?? They are not easy to find, evidently I am searching for the wrong thing via Google/Bing/Windows Update Catalog
If the latter does not/no longer exists, how do we obtain new/replacement Trusted Root Certs, and how should we distribute them around our estate?

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Hello,

I am dealing with big problem on multiple workstations in our company. Many Windows 7 computers and one Windows XP computer have all Root CA certificates not trusted so I cannot import new certificate generate by Certification Authority in our Country.

I noticed this problem recently and after two days on google I couldn't find solution to this.

If I open mmc and select Certificates - > Computer -> Trusted Root Certification Authorities I see all certs on computer but after I check any they show this in General info about Cert:

This CA Root certificate is not trusted because it is not in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities store.

Or:

This root certificate appears to be trusted by the remote computer. To ensure this root certificate is valid on the remote computer, verify this root certificate on that computer.

This goes for all certs (Microsoft, Thawte, Go Daddy, GeoTrust...) and even for our certificates generated by our internal CA.

We push only Critical and Security Updates from our wsus server. Affected computers have installed all updates.

We have firewall and don't allow full access to internet but I tried to give one computer with this issue full access to internet and reboot couple times but that didn't help.

Screenshots: http://imgur.com/a/HCGWo

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Is there a Powershell or WMI script that we can run to find out whether remote computers have the trusted root certificate installed on their computers?  
Thanks,

Brian

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I always get these little windows that pop up telling me about certifications blah blah blah and that the other page has expired etc. I get this when I do my online banking, credit billing, and hotmail reading. Is there anything I can do to stop this annoyance?

~R~
 

A:Disabling notifications of trusted root certification authorities

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Hi.

We have many trusted root and intermediate certificates in the cert's store by default. Where to check these lists? To exclude "not default", "maybe potentially mаlware" root certs.

A:Trusted Root&Intermediate system certificates. Where check the list?

You can find certs as shown in the guide here: https://www.sslshopper.com/move-or-c...ws-server.html

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http://download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/v3/static/trustedr/en/rootsupd.exe 
to the point this link is dead, where can i alternative download this 

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We are configuring NSS domain.
I was able to import 2 ENTRUST certificates to NSS DB.
Root certificate failed to import
This is a command that I run

%NSS_HOME%\bin\certutil -A -n "entrustRoot" -t "T,C,C" -i C:\AppServer\certificaterequests\cacert.crt -d %AS_HOME%\domains\nssdomain\config

Then I run this command

%NSS_HOME%\bin\certutil -L -n entrustRoot -d %AS_HOME%\domains\nssdomain\config

Received this message

certutil: could not find : EntrustRoot.
:security libary: bad database


Please help

Thank you in advance

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Hello,
Is there a Root Certificate Guru in the house?

Here is my problem.

First I should say I reinstalled Windows XP onto C drive and had my data located on D drive this helps for saving when I get hit with virus's or whatever else. After re-installing on C I try to access the files that I think I encrypted on D I can see them but I cannot copy or use them as I don't have permission to.? If I select the file then advanced properties I see the old me as the owner of the file.

I have tried to apply my root certificate to the files but when I try to add my certificate it will not allow me to?

Any help would be appreciatted. Thanks for reading
 

A:Root Certificate problems???

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Hi there.
I have a laptop running XP Home. IE7 would not install ... and along with it, somethig called Root Certificate Update.
I did some Googling, and the places I found wanted me to find GPEDIT and GPMS.msc (spelling on that one could be wrong) but the computer said these did not exist.

I even successfully installed SP3. All other areas seem to be working fine. It just wil not install that root thing an IE7.

Please adivse.

Thank you.
Don in Tucson
AizA
 

A:IE6 and root certificate update

Have you tried installing the root certificate update separately from IE7? If you run a manual Windows Update and use the "Custom" update option, you can uncheck IE7 and leave the root certificate update selected. Then, install that update and see what happens.

Peace...
 

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Hi I am Junaid Yousaf from Pakistan, I am having trouble to update the Root Certificate to access a few online activities and to add I am unable to access Microsoft's Websites especially where I could download stuff, it says "Server not found" something which would only pop if my internet connection was dead which isn't the case.

Really glad for your help as followed I have taken the instructions I was pointed to on the forum.

DDS Log....

DDS (Ver_10-10-21.02) - NTFSx86
Run by Psio at 5:04:53.46 on Fri 10/22/2010
Internet Explorer: 6.0.2900.5512 BrowserJavaVersion: 1.6.0_22
Microsoft Windows XP Professional 5.1.2600.3.1252.1.1033.18.2045.1341 [GMT 5:00]


============== Running Processes ===============

C:\WINDOWS\system32\nvsvc32.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost -k DcomLaunch
svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe -k WudfServiceGroup
svchost.exe
svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\VMSnap3.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\Domino.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\RTHDCPL.EXE
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\PIF\{B8E1DD85-8582-4c61-B58F-2F227FCA9A08}\PIFSvc.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Real\Update_OB\realsched.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\RUNDLL32.EXE
C:\Program Files\iTunes\iTunesHelper.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Java\Java Update\jusched.exe
C:\Program Files\Windows Live\Messenger\msnmsgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Messenger\msmsgs.exe
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A:Root Certificate and Microsoft

Another thing I'd like to mention there is something wrong with my PC, I get the ASK.com search engines for no reason, even after attempting a correctly typed email address this search engine shows up, looking forward and apologies for double post I really hope I could find the edit button.

-Regards.

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Hi all,

I have just been bought some Bluetooth headphones that didn't come with
a Bluetooth receiver so I bought one from Amazon that uses CSR Harmony Stack Software.
I noticed it installed a lot of crap and decided to research it.

I found this post -

https://community.letsencrypt.org/t...s-weak-root-certificate-into-trust-store/1940

If the above is still true what risk is it to me?
Can I lessen the risk at all?
If not then would this constitute grounds for a refund?

Thanks in advance,

Rob
 

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received email (windows Live, Sony Vaio,windows 7, IE vs 8 32 bit)
root
GTE Cyber...
Akamai...
*.createsend...

Security alert re certificate
Downloaded certificate
Cannot open email
cannot delete email
cannot get rid of security alert
tried reboot/restore and a million other things
click on email freezes email program
HELP me get rid of the email!
Tx
 

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WinXP just notified me of a "Root Certificate Update"
What exactly is this and is it something I should go ahead and install?
 

A:Root Certificate Update

Yes, it's the updated security certificates for some sites and services.
 

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Hi I am Junaid Yousaf from Pakistan, I am having trouble to update the Root Certificate to access a few online activities and to add I am unable to access Microsoft's Websites especially where I could download stuff, it says "Server not found" something which would only pop if my internet connection was dead which isn't the case.

Really glad for your help as followed I have taken the instructions I was pointed to on the forum.

DDS Log....

DDS (Ver_10-10-21.02) - NTFSx86
Run by Psio at 5:04:53.46 on Fri 10/22/2010
Internet Explorer: 6.0.2900.5512 BrowserJavaVersion: 1.6.0_22
Microsoft Windows XP Professional 5.1.2600.3.1252.1.1033.18.2045.1341 [GMT 5:00]


============== Running Processes ===============

C:\WINDOWS\system32\nvsvc32.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost -k DcomLaunch
svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe -k WudfServiceGroup
svchost.exe
svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\VMSnap3.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\Domino.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\RTHDCPL.EXE
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\PIF\{B8E1DD85-8582-4c61-B58F-2F227FCA9A08}\PIFSvc.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Real\Update_OB\realsched.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\RUNDLL32.EXE
C:\Program Files\iTunes\iTunesHelper.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Java\Java Update\jusched.exe
C:\Program Files\Windows Live\Messenger\msnmsgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Messenger\msmsgs.exe
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A:Root Certificate and Microsoft

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Hi Malwaretips Team,
could someone please help confirm whether the 2 certificates in the screenshot are normal, ie do you have them to
C:\SysinternalsSuite(1)>sigcheck -tv

Sigcheck v2.53 - File version and signature viewer
Copyright (C) 2004-2016 Mark Russinovich
Sysinternals - www.sysinternals.com





Listing valid certificates not rooted to the Microsoft Certificate Trust List:

Machine\FlightRoot:
Microsoft Development Root Certificate Authority 2014
Cert Status: Valid
Valid Usage: All
Cert Issuer: Microsoft Development Root Certificate Authority 2014
Serial Number: 07 8F 0A 9D 03 DF 11 9E 43 4E 4F EC 1B F0 23 5A
Thumbprint: F8DB7E1C16F1FFD4AAAD4AAD8DFF0F2445184AEB
Algorithm: sha256RSA
Valid from: 4:43 AM 29/05/2014
Valid to: 4:51 AM 29/05/2039
Machine\ROOT:
Microsoft Development Root Certificate Authority 2014
Cert Status: Valid
Valid Usage: All
Cert Issuer: Microsoft Development Root Certificate Authority 2014
Serial Number: 07 8F 0A 9D 03 DF 11 9E 43 4E 4F EC 1B F0 23 5A
Thumbprint: F8DB7E1C16F1FFD4AAAD4AAD8DFF0F2445184AEB
Algorithm: sha256RSA
Valid from: 4:43 AM 29/05/2014
Valid to: 4:51 AM 29/05/2039

Thank you for your time to help
My machine is scanned very regularly with Emsisoft Malwarebytes Avira and Windows Defender
and exhibits no weird behavior.
 

A:Root Certificate Confrmation

Would make sense if you're running Windows 10. Apparently, it was a bug in an earlier build with Edge.

Xiaoyin Liu on Twitter
 

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I have Windows 7 client and Cisco router is configured as Certificate Authority. Cisco calls it IOS CA. How can I do certificate enrollment of Windows 7 client with my Cisco IOS Certificate Authority?

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We are experiencing issues only on Vista Home Edition removing an SSL cert from the Trusted Root Authorities with no warning display or anything.

We have gone through all logs, etc, with no resolution to why this is happening. It appears to happen about every 2 weeks.

The easy fix is placing the cert back into Trusted Root Authority, but we need an explanation.

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My friend (still on XP-SP3) cannot connect to any secure sites that rely on the Go Daddy root certificate, saying the certificate is corrupt or altered.
I went to the Go Daddy site and downloaded the .crt file and attempted to import it into the secure store but while the Cert Manager reported success, nothing changed that I can tell. The cert is still considered corrupt and the user cannot access certain websites, such as dropbox.com and others.
I have been working in IT for years but have no experience with this particular type of problem Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

A:Go Daddy Root Certificate is corrupt

One thing I alway check when there are any cert problems is the time and date of the machine. Although I never encountered a corruption problem. A bad date on the machine will render a certificate invalid.
 

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My client (still on XP-SP3) cannot connect to any secure sites that rely on the Go Daddy root certificate, saying the certificate is corrupt or altered.
I went to the Go Daddy site and downloaded the .crt file and attempted to import it into the secure store but while the Cert Manager reported success, nothing changed that I can tell. The cert is still considered corrupt and the user cannot access certain websites, such as dropbox.com and others.
I have been working in IT for years but have no experience with this particular type of problem   Any help would be greatly appreciated.

A:Go Daddy Root Certificate is corrupt

See http://help.smugmug.com/customer/portal/articles/84385-how-do-i-install-the-godaddy-root-certificate-in-windows- .
 
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Hi

I recently had a very nasty infection (zlob dns changer) Which was apparently a rootkit. I don't actually know what a rootkit is but I was made to understand that it is very bad.

I got a lot of help, first from stang777 and then from Dachew. Dachew helped me for four days until we (he) finally eliminated the rootkit.
I can not sing the praises of him and this forum enough.

I am getting an error message on boot which I assume is related to the former rootkit. It says:

validation failed for c\windows\system 32\ vsinit.dll. you are probably missing a necessary root certificate.

Other than getting the message my computer seems to be working normally.

I would greatly appreciate any advice on what it means and what to do about it.

I hope I posted this in the right place, I am still learning how to use this forum.
Jonhut

A:root certificate missing error

This file is a component of ZoneAlarm Firewall. Try uninstalling and reinstalling ZA.

Let me know if this fixes it.

~Blade

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Hello Everyone!
This is my first post, basically I received an e-mail today from paypal, when I open it an annoying banner appeares stating my certificate is out of date & stops me doing anything else. I can't delete it & have to use task manager to close windows mail.

If I click for information it tells me it's from GTE cybertrust global root & also referrs to a 248.e.akamai.net. I have Trend Micro Internet Secuity (up to date) & can't imagine a virus has got past.

I have done a system re-store to a date five days earlier, but it's made no difference

I can no longer log onto ebay or paypal which is a problem as I am currently selling.

What is this & how do I get rid of it & get my pc back to normal??
Thanks Robert
 

A:Solved: GTE cybertrust Global Root Certificate

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