How to Disable the Certificate Error in Explorer 7

By Jim Campbell

Internet Explorer (IE) 7 is an older web browser distributed by Microsoft. The browser supports Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates. If an Internet host server has an invalid certificate or is improperly installed, Internet Explorer 7 displays an error message. You can stop these warning messages from appearing in Internet Explorer 7 by changing the settings in the main IE configuration window.

Step 01

Open Internet Explorer 7. Click the "Tools" menu item and then click "Internet Options" to open your IE settings window.

Step 11

Click the "Advanced" tab in the Properties window. In the "Security" section, click the checkbox labeled "Warn about certificate address mismatch" to remove the checkmark.

Step 21

Click "OK" to save your settings. You will no longer receive warning messages about invalid SSL certificates.