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    The "NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID" error appears when there is an issue with the SSL certificate of a website. The SSL certificate encrypts data between the website and the user's browser, and a trusted certificate authority issues it. When the SSL certificate is invalid, the browser cannot verify the identity of the website and will display an error message.

    To fix the "NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID" error, Here are several possible solutions:

    Check the date and time on your computer system:
    If the date and time on your computer are incorrect, the SSL certificate may appear to be expired. Correcting the date and time should fix the problem.

    Try a different browser:
    If the error occurs in one browser, try accessing the website in a different browser to see if the error persists. You can also try accessing the site using a VPN service.

    Use Incognito Mode:
    One of the quick ways to check if your browser has a cache or cookie issue try accessing the website in a private tab.

    Clear browser cache and cookies:
    If the browser loads the old version of the page, that is because of the cache or cookies, as cached data can interfere with the SSL/TLS certificate verification process. Clearing the browser cache can resolve the issue.

    Connect to a Different Network:
    It is also possible that the issue is with your network only. To check that, try visiting your website in a different connection and see if the problem is solved.

    Install a trusted SSL certificate:
    If you are the website owner, installing a trusted SSL certificate from a reputable certificate authority may fix the error.

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    started a topic NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID error message.


    What causes this Error? And what are possible solutions to Fixing the NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID Error?