I have no real knowledge about this stuff so I figured I'd ask here for some answers.
So I started to get this "Security Certificate not issued by a valid authority" error when using my email client yesterday when attempting to connect to the STMP server of my ISP. I haven't changed anything in my Android phone or my desktop and both are giving me this grief.
When I look at the certificate details it says its from VeriSign but doesn't seem to be authentic.
What causes this error? What should I do besides complain to my ISP about it?
I was asked for additional info so I manually copied it over you.
My ISP is saying that 90% of the time its time stamp problems and I should check my time on my end...its a friggin' cell phone that gets its time from the network so I can't see that as being the issue.
I was having this issue with both my desktop and my phone, now the desktop works again but the phone is still giving error messages.
This certificate is not from a trusted authority.
Common name: mail.shaw.ca
Organization: Shaw Cablesystems G.P.
Organizational unit: Engineering
Common name: VeriSign 3 Secure Server CA -G3
Organization: VeriSign, Inc.
Organizational unit: VeriSign Trust Network
Issued on: 2013-11-11 16:00:00-0800
Expires on: 2014-11-19 15:59:59-0800