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not that one.  It's only happened once, stating Google Chrome was trying to communicate over a channel encrypted with an untrusted certificate.  It's a school district site, so not a big deal.  How do I make the popup go away?

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Really? A different one than the image in the KB article?

that sounds exactly like what you wrote:

"Google Chrome was trying to communicate over a channel encrypted with an untrusted certificate"

If you get it again can you upload a screenshot? And you say it has only happened once, and then how to make it go away? 

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3 hours ago, Lsahli said:

Sorry, I'm really not a techy, so I missed the gist.  Any way to get it to go away?

What server and certificate is listed in the alert? Also click the certificate hyperlink and post a screen shot of the certificate details.

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Server is community.d49.org.  The certificate hyperlink says the cert.  is issued by Go Daddy Secure Certificate Authority - G2, to *.d49.org, and it was valid from 3/11/2016 to 11/23/2016.  The Certificate information says "This certificate has expired or is not yet valid.   Here is a screen shot of the message.  Regardless of whether I hit Block or Allow, the eset popup won't go away, as it has done with other similar untrusted certificate popups in the past.

 

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18 hours ago, Lsahli said:

Server is community.d49.org.  The certificate hyperlink says the cert.  is issued by Go Daddy Secure Certificate Authority - G2, to *.d49.org, and it was valid from 3/11/2016 to 11/23/2016.  The Certificate information says "This certificate has expired or is not yet valid.   Here is a screen shot of the message.  Regardless of whether I hit Block or Allow, the eset popup won't go away, as it has done with other similar untrusted certificate popups in the past.

 

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Firstly have you tried ticking the remember bit as by default it is set to ask every time which would explain why it is constantly asking you.

However it seems the certificate has expired quite some time ago so I probably wouldn't recommend doing this. I'm not that knowledgeable in this area but persume there is risks with this possibly things like man-in-the-middle attacks.

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