Having a problem with Amazon.com on my network. This occurs on any device connected to my wifi. At random times, I cannot access Amazon.com because of a Privacy error: NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID
I had found a solution before that seemed to work (flushing dns in command prompt), however now that does not seem to be working anymore and at random times I cannot access Amazon.com because of this error.
- Have you altered your DNS settings in any other way?
- When was the last time you restarted your router?
- Prolonged router activation times can cause certain issues.
- Have you tried a different network and does the website work consistently with that?
- Do you have any plugins on your devices that might interact with connectivity?
- Is your router actually a router and not a hotspot laptop?
On the side note, I have had issues in the past with prolonged router activities, they usually have some firmware issues, which is why regularly every couple of months restarting them, saves a whole load of trouble. I checked my router again and it appears that there is an upgrade available as well, so thanks again!
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