Many Windows users are reporting that they have encountered a certificate error when they try to reach Google — Their web browser tells them the certificate of this website is not trusted. This is an annoying issue. You cannot enter Google because of this error. And you are probably thinking anxiously how to get rid of this error. But don’t worry, It is possible to fix this error. Here are three fixes you can try. Method 1: Update the date and time on your computer Method 2: Turn off the certificate revocation settings Method 3: Reinstall your web browser
5) Click the Internet Time tab. Then click Change settings.
6) Make sure Synchronize with an Internet time server is checked. Then click Update now. After the time is updated, click OK.
* If an error occurs when you update your time, change to another time server and then update again.
7) Click OK.
8) Try reloading Google on your web browser and see if the certificate error disappears.
3) Under View by, click Large icons.
4) Click Internet Options.
5) Click the Advanced tab. Then uncheck Check for publisher’s certificate revocation and Check for server certificate revocation. After that click OK.
6) Open your web browser and check if you can get access to Google.
5) Right click your web browser and select Uninstall. Then follow the instructions of the dialog popping up to complete the uninstallation.
6) Go to the official website of the web browser. (You can use another computer to do so if you cannot enter the website.) Then download the latest version of the program and install it on your computer. 7) Open the browser and see if the certificate error is fixed.