At my workplace, one of the computer has problems accessing “https://” websites. It only occurs to this machine and with web browsers Chrome and Firefox; Internet Explorer works with almost no problem at all.
I’m aware that most of the time this happens because the pc has the wrong time and/or date, but I already checked them and they are correct, the issue will also occur during incognito mode so is not the fault of any extension on the browsers.
Did some research and it seems like the issue is with a broken security certificate “
ParentsonPatrol” that for some reason takes control of the security certificate of all the
https websites making them inaccessible.
Tried searching this software on the computer but is nowhere to be found and I already tried the ipconfig commands on CMD, those fix the issue but it doesn’t last for too long, the “
ParentsonPatrol” certificate returns after restarting or turning on the machine making it impossible to go to any
This is how it looks like before and after the “
ParentsonPatrol” takes over the security certificates.