Google Chrome Blocking All https - Not Secure

I do not own a Domain.

Google Chrome is blocking every https: -

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This server could not prove that it is ; its security certificate is not valid at this time. This may be caused by a misconfiguration or an attacker intercepting your connection.

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Google Chrome do not reply to thousands of reports?

Google Chrome Community says I must update the LetsEncrypt certificates on my MacBook or buy a new MacBook? I cannot find any certificates. I believe it is the domain owners who need to act but those I have contacted say their certs are all valid and in date?


Check the clock on your computer.

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Yeah, already suggested. I have just found this: -

The problem is the root certificate that Let’s Encrypt are currently using, the IdentTrust DST Root CA X3 certificate, has expired. Let's Encrypt need to fix this?

Ah, ok. That's the issue?

Go on this page and install the self-signed ISRG Root X1 (try different formats, at least one will double-click to install)

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You have a second alternative: use Firefox.

Firefox has its own root store, independent of the OS one.

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Firefox's Autofill is rubbish. Barely works. Barely fills even user names let alone addresses, etc..

Firefox offer no support.

I will try your fix. Thank you.

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Autofill? Just use a password manager :smiley:

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Your fix works for subscribers - this is the website/domain owners? I don't think that works for users?

It does work for users, and users alone. There is no fix for this on the website side.

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