If I try to access a number of websites including main stream banking sites like https://bank.barclays.co.uk on my Linux Mint PC, Google Chrome reports that the certificate has been revoked and will not let me access the site. I've tried in an incognito window (thereby disabling all extensions) and it does exactly the same.
I've also tried Chromium and Firefox - these both work fine, so as far as I can tell it can't be anything to do with the computer's configuration (e.g. the time).
I've compared the certificate fingerprints reported as okay by Chromium and the one reported as not okay by Chrome - they are the same. I've also compared the certificate with the one reported on https://www.grc.com/fingerprints.htm and that matches too.
I've also tried going into the settings and clearing all browsing data, but this didn't make any difference either.
Interestingly, some websites like https://youtube.com work correctly.
Having proven I'm not being hacked on my home wifi and that the computer is set up properly (due to Chromium and Firefox being okay), I'm really struggling to see what the problem with Chrome is.
I'm using Google Chrome version 47.0.2526.106 (64-bit) on Linux Mint 16 Petra.