Google sending expired certificate on public wifi

by Joseph Lee   Last Updated January 14, 2018 12:00 PM

I was using pubic wifi, which I rarely do, and immediately got the following message from the browser:

I attached screen shot showing the cert was from 6 months ago.

My question is: Does this mean the router is hacked certainly? Is there any other reason a "trusted" site like Google would issue a certificate that old? It's working on my tablet on home wifi fine.

I checked my system time and it shows in the screenshot to be correct. I read about on the web and:

3.) Change WiFi Connection Try changing the WiFi connection on your device if clearing data and resetting your Time/Date didn’t work. You may be on public WiFi which is notoriously unsecure. Find a private WiFi connection and see if the Android error is fixed.

Link: https://www.thesslstore.com/blog/fix-ssl-connection-errors-android-phones/



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