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I get the message on the screenshot whenever I try to search for anything with firefox.
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by:Dave Baldwin
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no screenshot
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by:pfrancois
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Try to clear the cache hitting F5. Normally, the certificates of Google should be trusted and this message should not appear.

Instead of searching on https://www.google.com, try to search on http://www.google.com, modifying the properties of your Google bookmark.
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by:pierrejeanes
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Check if your system date/clock is right
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Dave Baldwin earned 500 total points
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@pierrejeanes has a good suggestion.  When you go to http://www.google.com/  these days, you are normally redirected to https://www.google.com/ so any search requests will be sent 'securely'.
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