Error validating server certificate for google code
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Gmail will also check to make sure that the third-party email provider’s remote server has a valid SSL Certificate.
By default, Gmail will now always use a secure (SSL) connection when retrieving mail.
I have faced the annoying problem that for unknown reasons I got a security exception when accessing the subversion repository for one of my Google Code projects.
This used to work before, but maybe the server has been changed.
Certificate information: - Hostname: *.- Valid: from Wed, GMT until Thu, GMT - Issuer: Google Inc, US - Fingerprint: 34:4b:90:e7:e:0d:52:1f:10:c0:4c::4a:9e:05:c9 (R)eject, accept (t)emporarily or accept (p)ermanently?
If that's set properly and you're still having trouble, the easiest way to fix it is to change an Internet Explorer setting (Ninite uses the same settings).
Since Ninite runs as Administrator, you may need to log in as Administrator and change these settings for that account.
This error means that Windows is unable to connect to our security certificate's revocation server.
The first thing to check is that your date and time are set correctly.
It's north not that unvarying to buy and bolt, and free is available along the way with many SSL methods.