I see that Kaspersky Total Security has implemented Break and Inspect for HTTPS traffic. I was wondering if there is any way to inspect an untrusted certificate before accepting the risk. I only ask this because the site could be a MITM or some other issue other than just expired certificates. The only way I can think of checking is inspecting the actual certificate offered by the site. Once risk is accepted Kaspersky signs a new certificate to establish the HTTPS connection. I have no way of inspecting the certificate before the break and inspect. Any discussion or thoughts to this would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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- When a certificate error appears, select Details, the extended information will illuminate the problem.
- In KTS Reports, find the certificate error, save the Report as a .txt file & attach to your reply please?
- Use an online certificate analyzer - for example Qualys SSL Labs.
- Read Messages "Certificate verification problem detected" and "Cannot guarantee authenticity of the domain to which encrypted connection is established" when trying to open a website