I had a life-threatening issue…
I couldn’t browse many websites with , while Covenant Eyes was running…
After much knashing of teeth and going all sailor-lingo, here’s the fix from the kind folks at CE:
- From the desktop, search for Manage User Certificates.
- The Certificate Manager should come up, under Certificates – Current User, expand Trusted Root Certification Authorities and then click on the Certificates folder.
- In the panel to the right, right click on the CovenantEyesProxy Certificate and select All Tasks >> Export.
- You will be taken into the Certificate Export Wizard. Click the Next button at the bottom.
- Select DER encoded binary X.509 (.CER) and click the Next button at the bottom.
- At the File to Export screen, tell them to click the Browse… button, select Desktop, and type in CovenantEyesProxy in the File name field.
- The file path will be inserted into the wizard with a .cer extension. Click on Next.
- The message saying the wizard is complete should come up. Click the Finish button and you should get a message stating the export was a success.
- Go to your browser, open settings, advanced settings, and then HTTPS/SSL under managed certificates.
- In this window click on the Import… button.
- Navigate to the CovenantEyesProxy certificate on the desktop. Select it and click the Open button.
- Check the box for Trust this CA to identify web sites and click the OK button.