I feel terribly ignorant on this subject. Everywhere I've looked seems to be a collection of highly technical stuff and not much in the way of practical things. I don't mind reading the technical stuff but if it only tells me how things are supposed to work, etc. etc. and not how to fix my problems then it's not all that much use.
There must be a pony in there somewhere!!
Some things I've found are just way too technically complex for an average user. So, while I may be a bit of an expert on some things and could probably wade through it all, I just cannot imagine that normal folks have to deal with intricate instructions and command line instructions, etc. etc. There must be a better way - and that's what I'm trying to find.
Cases in point:
I go to "webmail.drroofinc.com" which is hosted by linknowmedia.
I get a Certificate Error.
I told the mail service provider about it and they said that I have to "download a certificate into my browser" .. I'm not sure what that means or how to do it.
I have some newer "Cisco" RV042 routers (V03). If I set up the management interface for https then I get the same thing. I'm pretty sure that there's nobody I can go to to "solve" this. I figure I have to solve it myself.
Now, sure, I can just bypass the warning but the purpose of this question is to learn how to do something better than that.