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5/5/09
Original Poster
ginoyeung

how to solve gmail SSL Error

Hey everyone, I got this when I want to login Gmail. what's the problem?

The site's security certificate has expired!
You attempted to reach mail.google.com, but the server presented an expired certificate. No information is available to indicate whether that certificate has been compromised since its expiration. This means Google Chrome cannot guarantee that you are communicating withmail.google.com and not an attacker. You should not proceed.

2009-05-05
I usually login gmail via https:
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a.soccergroup
5/23/09
a.soccergroup
hello sir i have error when i am checking the mail in eudora 5.1 error is (SSL NEGOTIATION FAILED: CERTIFICATE ERROR: CERT CHAIN NOT TRUSTED CODE 3015  CAUSE: -6995)
Google user
5/23/09
Google user
Hi Ginoyeung,
Your received a warning notification. Https ensures reasonable protection from eavesdroppers and man-in-the-middle attacks, and that the server certificate is verified and trusted etc. so that is the best path to use.
5/24/09
Original Poster
ginoyeung
thanks SN. I know this is a warning notification. but how to remove this?
Google user
5/24/09
Google user
If there is no option the warning prompt to decline in the future, then adjust your security settings to allow that web cite (if you feel comfortable doing so).
Joshua
5/24/09
Joshua
This type of security warning almost always means that the time configured on your computer is wrong.

5/25/09
Original Poster
ginoyeung
to Joshua,thanks, i never changed time zone or the system time. after I adjusted the clock, still the same question.

thanks again SN, how to adjust the security setting?  I am using Chrome

Joshua
5/25/09
Joshua
@ginoyeung: Check again. Don't mean to be annoying, but it is really highly likely that you have the wrong date setup in your system.
Google user
5/25/09
Google user
Hi Ginoyeung,
Beyond Joshua's suggestion (if you feel that has still not worked for you) check the following reference Google Chrome Help security troubleshoots explains what might be the cause of the SSL error appearing. In the following reference click 'Control display on mixed content on secure webpages' link to adjust; (only if you feel the website is secure)

5/30/09
Original Poster
ginoyeung
Thanks SN, thanks Joshua, sorry for the delay, I reinstalled windows xp, and it never happened.

dothque
8/2/10
dothque
hey everyone! i had the same problem with google chrome.
to solve this issue i've entered the option and under "behind the scene" (3rd tab) i chose security ,there you have a button said "manage something" , there i have deleted the certificate from google.
all work fine now
brij.phx
8/8/10
brij.phx
SSL Error Icon
The server's security certificate is not yet valid!
You attempted to reach www.google.com, but the server presented a certificate that is not yet valid. No information is available to indicate whether that certificate can be trusted. Google Chrome cannot reliably guarantee that you are communicating with www.google.com and not an attacker. You should ensure that your clock and time zone are set correctly on your computer. If they are not, you should correct any issues and refresh this page. If they are correct, you should not proceed.

LazyJay
1/27/11
LazyJay
Like dothque talks about, deleting the certificate from google, also solved it for me. options -> 3rd tab -> scroll down to something like manage certificates -> check all tabs for the certificate from google and remove it
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