Not sure if this is an installation issue or not, couldn't find anything that was related to my issue, and can't seem to contact Adobe.
This certificate has been popping up, but it isn't always for Adobe Content, it has listed something about Skype.
The thing is I don't know what it is for or why. I never needed this before for any products, and I am getting a security warning, and properties don't seem to tell me anything.
I have avoided clicking OK simply because I want to make sure everything is legit before doing that.
Also, it keeps popping up related to me opening the FireFox Browser, opening up pages I have opened multiple times before.
And crap while writing this down I accidentally clicked OK. (It would not go away until I closed out of Firefox, but I could never tell what page seemed to cause it.)
So did I just screw up?
Sorry, I run a forum and on there it is just drag and drop to post.
A different one had something about Adobe and skype.
I am assuming it would be fine, but I would prefer to make sure.
And here is the other one, associated with go.trouter.skype.com
Have a look here:
If you have Kaspersky, see here:
If you see that last comment on the second link, that's me. I also contacted Kaspersky and they responded by reading what was on the certificate, which is why I posted here.
I know Microsoft owns Skype, but the certificate doesn't seem to indicate that and is unknown, which is one of the reasons I didn't want to just click okay. I would have assumed Microsoft Windows would recognize their own certificate.
Misspoke. The certificate doesn't seem to be signed by Microsoft and seems to indicate that they don't know who it is from, and that seems to be a Microsoft window that I am seeing this.
Well, I seem to have narrowed it down to outlook.live.com.