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I did the test at badssl.com but Eset did not give me any pop up alerts.  I do have display alerts and display notifications on.   I got this two instead just wondering if my computer is safe?

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If you did a "revoked" test, the SSL cert. expired on 10/28/2022. Expired certificates are handled by browsers themselves.

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First, badssl.com does not give "popup alerts." It just shows results of the various SSL cert. test results it runs.

Go to badssl.com and select the "Dashboard" test which runs all the tests at once. Using Firefox, the only test I am failing is the EV cert. test as shown below which is an important one. Now when I perform the EV cert. test individually, Firefox blocks the connection since the test is using the expired cert. noted in above prior posting. Appears to be a "glitch" with badssl.com EV cert. test? Comment @Marcos?

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A better test to verify there are no issues caused by Eset in regards to SSL certificate  processing is the QUALS Browser test which can be performed here: https://www.ssllabs.com/index.html . The only issue I had here is that I failed the Web sockets test. Don't know if that is significant or not.

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