Author Topic: Windows 10 Pro Redstone 1 build 14393.3 RTM: Security certificate problems  (Read 11135 times)

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Disabling Adguard? They've never collided before? Only recently. I'll try pausing Adguard and see if I get that error, maybe Adguard is due an update for this issue.

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Yeah, I can confirm, Adguard is the culprit. Do you recommend I disable Avast Webshield for the mean time or turn off Adguard and use an extension until the issue has been fixed?

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Yeah, I can confirm, Adguard is the culprit. Do you recommend I disable Avast Webshield for the mean time or turn off Adguard and use an extension until the issue has been fixed?
Turn off Adguard. Turning off Webshield leaves you with no protection while browsing online.
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Will do, I'll switch to their extension for the mean time, till they've resolved this issue.

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Think I've resolved the issue. During the problem, the certificate issuer was Adguard however once uninstalling and reinstalling Avast, all my certificates in all browsers are now issued by Avast Web Shield/Root, not hindering Adguard's blocking capabilities.

Thanks again!