Getting Certificate error on IE and Chrome but opens in FireFox

I am trying to open on IE 11 and Chrome but it gives a SSL certificate error NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID on chrome with no option to proceed ahead.

It's happening with almost every site but luckily I am getting the option to proceed. Then I installed Firefox (portable version) and checked that it works without any problem!

Digging further I found that Firefox is using system proxy settings and I do not see any settings in IE and Chrome. What could go wrong . How to fix this ?

I have tried a lot changing the Advanced Security setting in Internet Explorer but no help.
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Sometimes, your system time is wrong (but usually the error message will show it).

So in this case, I'd rather check the certificate itself. Can you take another screenshot? Click on the lock icon > tab Connection > Certificate Information.
Then another screenshot of the Certification Path tab.

If proxies are setup, IE and Chrome are already using it (assuming you mean, nothing is filled in Firefox, but it's using the SYSTEM's proxy settings which are found in Control Panel > Internet Settings > Connections, when filled in there, IE and Chrome are already using these settings).
itaakashcomAuthor Commented:
Uploaded the file as required above
Try to click on the top Digicert icon with the red cross in it, and "view certificate" and screenshot again.
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itaakashcomAuthor Commented:
Adding  as per requested.
Seems you removed a trusted certificate from your system. It all checks out. The certificate can be downloaded here:

Just download it, double click on it to install it, and make sure it's put in the Trusted Root CA folder.

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itaakashcomAuthor Commented:
Thanks . It worked like a charm :) . Also you taught me how to look for certificates being used by sites. Thanks again.
Do not take these steps lightly though. Only do these steps if you know you're on the correct site. In this case DigiCert IS really a trusted root authority, just like many others, like Symantec, Google, GoDaddy etc.
If my link was to a file, you would really have to think twice before installing it (actually not installing it, since that's the only safe way).
Problems with Trusted Root authorities shouldn't arise that often, and are also handled by Windows Updates,
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