I have this annoying pop up when i start up windows since a month or so i can't find what's triggering it.
Message: " security alert: revocation information for the security certificate for this site is not available do you want to proceed " with the choice yes/no/view certificate
When i click "view certificate" i can see :
" issued by: UserTrust Legacy Secure Server CA"
"issued to javadl-esd-secure.oracle.com"
when i click details everything seems fine except toward the end for "Key usage (Digital Signature, Key Encipherment (a0)) and Basic constraints, both have an "!"
I'm on Win7 x64
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Thread: Java certificate: security alert
By default, when Java installs itself, it also enables a useless service.
Turn it off, and please tell us what happens.
I just had this same problem at work and I solved it by connecting to the internet before running java update. We have a sonic wall that people need to log in first to be able to open up the internet.
So this will happen if java update tries to run if you're not connected, but i could be wrong.