Trying to access a https site. The site has a valid SSL certificate. Whenever I attempt to access the site via this one specific laptop instead of getting the sites valid certificate I am getting this 'DO_NOT_TRUST_fiddlerroot' certificate for the site. Of course this then causes me problems as the key doesnt match and I am not able to access the site.
Did some research and it appears the certificate is tied to an network monitoring tool called fiddler. However I can not find any mention of fiddler under Start>Programs or Control Panel>Programs and Features.
I tried removing the DO_NOT_TRUST_Fiddlerroot certifcates from Internet Options>Content>certificates and from MMC but when I reboot the machine and relaunch IE they all come back.
Any suggestions on how I can either remove this certificate or somehow force this laptop to use the right certificate for the site I am trying to access.
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