I have a problem accessing a url under https and it is giving me the following message:
The security certificate presented by this website was not issued by a trusted certificate authority.
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Yes. If you want to get the full coverage go to twit.tv and find a security now episode about ssl. The short answer is that the certificate could be phony, expired, or self issued to cause this error. Of these, only phony is a problem if you trust the site and it is by far the least likely.