|DLiely||Security Certificate error|
|27th Aug, 2010 08:05|
User Since: 13th Oct, 2009
System Score: N/A
I just started getting a message today while Secunia tried to load that "An error occurred while verifying the Security certificate. Cannot continue execution."Ihave Kaspersky 2011 loaded since about a week ago.
I uninstalled and reinstalled PSI to no avail.Has anyone else had this problem lately?
|This user no longer exists||RE: Security Certificate error|
|27th Aug, 2010 09:03|
Please verify that all your settings corrospond to those outlined in this section of our FAQ: http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal...
"If this has still not fixed your problem, please try opening Internet Explorer, then go to Tools->Internet Options->Advanced->Security->Check for server certificate revocation.
The Secunia SSL certificate is signed by Thawte. If the Thawte site is not accessible from the computer, and if this option is selected, then the PSI will fail to connect to our site. So please remove the check at “Check for server certificate revocation". However, please understand that this means your computer would not notice if a site publisher revoked his/her certificate, which could indicate a theft or loss."
Hope this helps.
|TiMow||RE: Security Certificate error|
|27th Aug, 2010 10:39|
User Since: 26th Jun 2009
System Score: N/A
|In addition to the above reply which deals with PSI's need to use IE as default, this could also relate to your new installation of Kapersky. If Emil's advice doesn't solve your problem, then maybe you need to check some of the Kepersky seetings - although after a week since installation, it could be something else.
I use a different a security program, and recently had an update that required a restart - happens from time to time, in addition to the daily virus-scan updates, which don't.
After the restart, came a pop-up window stating that the following program (PSI), was trying to connect to the internet and had been blocked - I was given several options, of which unblock was chosen.
This seemed strange, as for a long time everything had functioned as it should, and on opening my security program it was completely different - as if a new installation (which effectively it was) - without any info. or warning from the vendor - particularly annoying as some features were not reproduced in the update (including my password vault, whose contents are now lost).
Under the Firewall section I have a sub-heading of program permissions (free in/out internet access), where PSI and other programs can be added or removed.
If you have something similar with your Kapersky, it may be worth a check.
Computing is not yet a perfect science - it still requires humans.
|mogs||RE: Security Certificate error|
|27th Aug, 2010 11:14|
User Since: 22nd Apr 2009
System Score: 100%
I think it might be worth observing/noting, that IE8 (?) needs not be your default browser, but, as previously referred to, it's ( IE's) settings need be configured for psi to work. I've found; particularly in the case of psi, that it seems to be advantageous to set IE as default until psi is installed successfully, and then to revert to your preferred browser.....in my case, Chrome dev.
Having a similar security set-up to Ti-Mow ( by the sounds of it )...I can concur with those observations concerning. I had an instance recently when trying to install my broadband software etc., that I had to reset firewall configurations to default; and Secunia was one of the progs that took more time to reinstate.
You do not say what security you were using prior to your recent change; but unless the previous occupant is thoroughly removed, it may be that conflicts are beginning to manifest themselves.