As an server administrator i can hopefully help you. Click on the lock (left side form the url bar) and let you show the SSL certificate. There is a SHA1 fingerprint. It should be
38:A4:35:00:54:BF:28:DA:6B:72:B0:31:82:D6:CC:17:41:C3:E5:D0If it is a different one, then you most likely have a malware on your computer which is spoofing the whole traffic, they could then also read your entered passwords and everything else.
what are those… ?
here take a look some picture of mine…
when i click that Sign In Button…
In Chrome Browser…
Click on the “Details” Tab, in the certification window, then you should see the fingerprint.
Hey, have you tried this solution: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/526953/ssl-certificate-error-message-when-connecting-in-chrome/page-2
Sorry but i forgot to mention that… now it’s working in Chrome Browser also Automatically. It’s working like from two or three months ago i guess. Thanks for fixing it.