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Every website using an SSL certificate shows an invalid certificate in both IE8 and Chrome

On my computer, I have Chrome and my main browser and I also have IE8. I have had no problems going to SSL sites (HTTPS://) until today. Now, if I try to go to any SSL site in eiter Chrome ot IE8, I get an invlalid certificate error. I completely reset IE8 and get the same error. I have ran Malwarebytes and MS Security Essentials and both come up clean.

Is there something outside of the browsers that can make every SSL certificate appear invalid?

I know it is not my network or Internet conneciton because I have another computer on my network that does not have this problem.

The thing I was doing most recently was trying to instal lthe Origin downloader from EA so I could get the BF3 Beta. I went to the EA main page but could never actually log in because I started getting the certificate errors.

Thanks in advance for any help.  
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dcadler
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dcadler
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Deepu ChowdaryCommented:
If you get that error, You also will get a Install certificate option,
Try installing it to trusted root and reset IIS
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AnacreoCommented:
It sounds to me like you're running some sort of web proxy on your PC like Fiddler...  

Do you have WebScarab, HttpWatch or any similar program running in the background?

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remixedcatCommented:
Have you tried Firefox?

Also do you still have the DigiNotar Cert?

go to your cert. lists and please delete it. It's bad.
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DaveCommented:
having the wrong date and time can cause certs to appear invalid. Or you are missing a trusted root. Why does it say the cert is invalid?
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dcadlerAuthor Commented:
That was it. The computer time was off. Thanks
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