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PCWRT Signing Certificate Authority?

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    RichardGV
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    Hi,

    My PC popped up a couple of certificate errors this morning that essentially said that the SSL/TLS certificates for ‘imap.googlemail.com’ is not trusted. The signing authority for the certificate was (can’t post screenshots, dangit!):
    pcWRT
    Identity: pcWRT
    Verified by: pcWRT
    Expires: 01/21/2028

    Subject Name
    C (Country): US
    ST (State): TX
    L (Locality): Dallas
    O (Organization): pcWRT232a80c6
    CN (Common Name): pcWRT

    Issuer Name
    C (Country): US
    ST (State): TX
    L (Locality): Dallas
    O (Organization): pcWRT232a80c6
    CN (Common Name): pcWRT

    Issued Certificate

    Why would pcWRT be providing SSL/TLS certificates for imap.googlemail.com or apidata.googleusercontent.com (my google calendar, apparently)? Should I be worried that someone has hacked into my router?

    Thanks,
    Richard

    #2773

    support
    Participant

    The certificate you saw came from the router. Basically the router intercepted your requests to Google and was trying to send down a message informing you that Google was blocked by domain name or a calendar.

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