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Hi everyone,

When I enter some link of a university I faced this picture which is down and I have tried that in both IE and FireFox.

This message which IE shows me

Network Error (ssl_server_cert_untrusted_issuer)

Your request contacted a host which presented a certificate signed by an untrusted issuer.

This is typically caused by a Web Site presenting an incorrect or invalid certificate, but could be because of a configuration error.

For assistance, contact your network support team.

On the othere hand, this is the message which FireFOx shows me

Your request contacted a host which presented a certificate signed by an untrusted issuer.

This is typically caused by a Web Site presenting an incorrect or invalid certificate, but could be because of a configuration error.

ksun.png

Sometimes shows me this window:

ksu1.th.png

however, I am pretty sure that link of university is quite trusted, so what can I configure in the browsers to grant that site open without a problem.

I would highly appreciate your help.

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Hi everyone,

When I enter some link of a university I faced this picture which is down and I have tried that in both IE and FireFox.

This message which IE shows me

Network Error (ssl_server_cert_untrusted_issuer)

Your request contacted a host which presented a certificate signed by an untrusted issuer.

This is typically caused by a Web Site presenting an incorrect or invalid certificate, but could be because of a configuration error.

For assistance, contact your network support team.

On the othere hand, this is the message which FireFOx shows me

Your request contacted a host which presented a certificate signed by an untrusted issuer.

This is typically caused by a Web Site presenting an incorrect or invalid certificate, but could be because of a configuration error.

ksun.png

Sometimes shows me this window:

ksu1.th.png

however, I am pretty sure that link of university is quite trusted, so what can I configure in the browsers to grant that site open without a problem.

I would highly appreciate your help.

I have found out that link when I open it convert to(https). When the link converts to "https" I notice that messange shows to me. Why that link converts suddenly to "https"????

This is the link:

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Pleas reply me I am quite upset form this site and I will broke my computer after a littel time surely

The linke when it is "http://www.ksu.edu.sa/Pages/default.aspx" no problem but when it converts into "https://www.ksu.edu.sa/Pages/default.aspx

the problem shows to me.

What makes it convert into "https"

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"https" means it is the "secure" flavor of "http" .

the message/warning you are getting means the "certificates" that the university is using are either "outdated" or "fake" or otherwise not recognized as legitimate/registered .

what to do ?

personally speaking :

(1) contact the admin for the IT at the university and explain the problem to them

(2) ignore the warning (you are given that option) and go into the site if you know you can trust it

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"https" means it is the "secure" flavor of "http" .

the message/warning you are getting means the "certificates" that the university is using are either "outdated" or "fake" or otherwise not recognized as legitimate/registered .

what to do ?

personally speaking :

(1) contact the admin for the IT at the university and explain the problem to them

(2) ignore the warning (you are given that option) and go into the site if you know you can trust it

Thank you so much indeed, Have you a look at this picture please:

usef.png

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