Steps to update the security certificate to successfully install Thirtyseven4 products
Occurrence of an installer setup file corruption error during installation of the Thirtyseven4 product.
This error occurs due to missing security certificates in Windows OS. It is encountered during the installation of the Thirtyseven4 product. Following are the solutions to resolve this issue.
Solution 1: Keep your computer connected to the Internet during the time of installation. If the building detects any missing certificates, it will be installed automatically.
Solution 2: To install the certificate manually on a Windows computer without a direct Internet connection, kindly follow these steps.
Click here to download the latest trusted root certificate authority (DigiCert Trusted Root G4
To launch the certificate import wizard, double click on the .crt file that was downloaded in Step 1
Click Install Certificate
Select Current user and then click Next.
Select the Automatically select the certificate store based on the type of certificate Click Next.
After the certificate is imported successfully, run the Thirtyseven4’s installer setup file again.
Keep your Windows operating system up-to-date with the latest updates and security patches. Using the newest version of operating systems will help you avoid the risk of exploits targeting vulnerabilities of the operating systems.
Evaluation licenses of Thirtyseven4 Antivirus are available at: https://www.thirtyseven4.com/free-trial/. For more information contact Thirtyseven4 at 877-374-7581.
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