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Windows 7: Bad signature or certificate

21 Jan 2016   #1
lusodana

Windows 7 64 bit
 
 
Bad signature or certificate

When I use Google as search machine I get an certicate error (Fejlkode: sec_error_bad_signature).
I don't if it have some thing to do with CCleaner I runed yesterday.

This happens only with Google and not with google.pt, google.it .......
I have also problems with google maps/dk, and not from other countries.

It happens both with Mozilla Firefox or Windows IE

My OS is Windows 7 64 bit, and I have Bitdefender as firewall/antivirus

Best regards

Fernando


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