Java Error? Security Certificate? What does this mean? is it rogue?

errWhat does this error message mean?  What should I do?
brothertruffle880Asked:
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for_yanCommented:
when do you experince this message?
Does it happen when  you are doing Java installation?
If so
some people reported this issue, but it is realluy nothing serious, you can proceed.
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brothertruffle880Author Commented:
I'm running XP SP3, I just rebooted and that message popped up without my even opening my browser.  Here's another screen.  Let me know which screens you'd like to see and I'll post them.err
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for_yanCommented:
Look there was just exactly the same issue in recent question:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Java/Q_27643678.html

Look how they solved the issue, and you have XP, so you don't caer about windows server, it should sovle youer problems as they asy it as about XP:

though, I found that this Java error is related to the Root CA's not updated.  I searched all over and read many threads.  I even went to Verisign to obtain the Root certificate and imported them to the server.  It was searching for a needle in a haystack.  The server was fully updated using Windows Updates.  Ultimately, I stumbled acrossed a thread where someone suggested to run the rootsupd.exe.  According to the KB931125, it was applicable to Windows XP SP3 only and that Windows 2008 Root CA updates can be applied through Windows updates only -- This is misinformation.  I ran the Rootsupd.exe on the KB931125 and it resolved the problem right away.  I hope that anyone having this issue will stumble on this thread to find that KB31125 does indeed work for Windows 2008 R2 SP1.
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for_yanCommented:
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for_yanCommented:
and this is the article with some  details:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/931125
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