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WINDOWS CERTIFICATE "Invalid"

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QUite concerned about this finding from SAS report on known/unknown prgs running on my PC. As you know, I have been using SAS since about 2006 and trust my PC's life withit. 

 

However, today after running the prg from SAS, I was shocked to see there was a "WINDOWS CERTIFICATE -- INVALID". Report Title.

 

Looked it up could not find anyway to check-it, from MS.  I'm quite concerned.

 

About 2007 I had a serious infection of some sort, then protected by Mca'Fee.  Ran a few online prgs to find it, nothing did, until, I ran SUPERAntiSpyware..found-it, a few minutes later reported found, removed. As you know I have been a superfan eversince, telling anybody (Friends on FB with problems, to Run SAS).  I'm quite concerned about SAS report today there is a WINDOWS INVALID CERTIFICATE. And I cannot find an answer at MS Site either. Ran their special one-time diagnosis, nothing.  Was hacked last week on FB..to a terrible degree..comments made to a few female fb friends which one of witch I read..vulgar.  Reported it the Canadian Police Force and Facebook. But shoot, how can I use something to find out how they? piggy-backed my login?  It's happened a few times the last 6-8 years with my screen flashing three-four times after.  The last two times, shut-down my 1600.00 Vostro (for good) and the Last my 4700C.

 

Any advice from you guys or customer base would be most respectfully be appreciated.

 

Thank You,

 

Scott

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Hi RSF

 

Welcome to SASForums

 

An anti-malware program shouldn't give the title of Windows Invalid Certificate as this would be browser based.

Can you give more details about it please.

 

Thank you.

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