posted on Jan, 14 2017 @ 11:34 AM
a reply to: Tundra
I'd suspect you are behind a firewall whose system date/time/timezone is not correct, or your mobile device date/time/timezone is not correct and you
are using the Chrome browser. The error says it is date related.
While this could
be indicating a man-in-the-middle type compromise, it could also be a misconfigured top-end firewall device, which could be at
your ISP or on the corporate network through which you are connecting to the Internet, or on your device.
If you were accessing google via HTTP there would be no issue but since you are using HTTPS, the certification of the connection (which requires that
certificates have not timed-out) is part of the security. An invalid date/time/timezone somewhere will disqualify the certificate/s.
Google seems to be enforcing HTTPS connections now for most of their services and also on the Chrome browser, which means greater security between
your browser and their servers but can occasionally cause issues.
Check the date, time and timezone on your device are correct, then retry browsing to Google search. If the problem persists, you could download
another browser app. I'd suggest the free TOR Browser which combines normal browser security with the added security of the TOR VPN. This will also
effectively prevent any man-in-the-middle type attck too.
edit on 14/1/2017 by chr0naut because: (no reason given)