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No idea yet, it didn't happened to me, yet
Can you test the above mentioned scenario with AX64 website & Adguard Desktop HTTPS filtering enabled?
Go to AX64 website & click "Tour Features" - In browser, I get -
Your connection is not private
Attackers might be trying to steal your information from ax64.com (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards).
NET::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID
 
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I tried with Chrome 64 Bits installed & Adguard Desktop.
AX64 website - "Tour Features" link not working And "Feedback & Support" link working.

Without Adguard -
Feedback & Support - Page is Secure, Valid Certs, Original Certs
Tour Features - Page is Insecure, Invalid Certs, Original Certs
Your connection is not private
Attackers might be trying to steal your information from ax64.com (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards).
NET::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID

With Adguard -
Feedback & Support - Page is Secure, Valid Certs, Adguard Certs
Tour Features - Page is Insecure, Valid Certs, (there is no "view certs" tab)
This site cant provide a secure connection
ax64.com sent an invalid response.
ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR
 

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I tried with Chrome 64 Bits installed & Adguard Desktop.
AX64 website - "Tour Features" link not working And "Feedback & Support" link working.

Without Adguard -
Feedback & Support - Page is Secure, Valid Certs, Original Certs
Tour Features - Page is Insecure, Invalid Certs, Original Certs
Your connection is not private
Attackers might be trying to steal your information from ax64.com (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards).
NET::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID

With Adguard -
Feedback & Support - Page is Secure, Valid Certs, Adguard Certs
Tour Features - Page is Insecure, Valid Certs, (there is no "view certs" tab)
This site cant provide a secure connection
ax64.com sent an invalid response.
ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR
Problem is not adguard. The ax certificate expired on 30.8.16. When you visit those locations you mentioned it goes over https so to avoid getting scammed it gives you the msg.
 
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Problem is not adguard. The ax certificate expired on 30.8.16. When you visit those locations you mentioned it goes over https so to avoid getting scammed it gives you the msg.
I didn't meant prob is Adguard.

I just wanted to know if website certs expired, what users will get to see in the browser normal i.e without Adguard & with Adguard...So did the little test.
 

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Both the links on AX64 website i.e "Tour Features" & "Feedback & Support" are HTTPS..."Tour Features" has invalid/expired certs & "Feedback & Support" has valid/proper certs.
Feedback and support is not the same. That page has a different one issued to cloudflaressl.com.
I don't know why they do this but they must have a reasoning. You could contact them and tell them.
 
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Can you test the above mentioned scenario with AX64 website & Adguard Desktop HTTPS filtering enabled?
Go to AX64 website & click "Tour Features" - In browser, I get -
Your connection is not private
Attackers might be trying to steal your information from ax64.com (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards).
NET::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID
No issues here.
 

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Umbra,

Is the above without Adguard Desktop?

Attached is the screenshot normal i.e without Adguard Desktop here.
 

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When you click from Google search page, it gives you HTTP link of the page And if you go to ax64.com & then click tour product, you get HTTPS link & privacy error as certs invalid now, right?
 

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When you click from Google search page, it gives you HTTP link of the page And if you go to ax64.com & then click tour product, you get HTTPS link & privacy error as certs invalid now, right?
Correct.
When you click the tour link directly from google search page it takes you to an http site. When you visit the main ax page and then click tour it takes you to an https site which has the expired certificate.

Already reported it to ax btw. Maybe they will fix it.
 
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Correct.
When you click the tour link directly from google search page it takes you to an http site. When you visit the main ax page and then click tour it takes you to an https site which has the expired certificate.
I visited the tour from the within the site with adguard desktop.
 
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i use Chrome, maybe the reason.
I tried -
Chrome 64 Bits Installed
Internet Explorer
Vivaldi 64 Bits Portable
Cyberfox 64 Bits Portable
Windows 10 64 Pro

AX64 (Tour & Features)
Normal i.e Without Adguard Desktop installed And from within AX64 website, I get "Privacy Error - credit card, etc info" & "err invalid certs" in all the browsers.
With Adguard Desktop installed (HTTPS filtering enabled But websites with EV certs filtering disabled), I get "this website cannot provide secure connection" & "ssl protocol error" in all the browsers.

The screenshot you previously posted looks like HTTP instead of HTTPS i.e the addressbar has grey/black little circle before website address And I guess that circle means HTTP & not HTTPS website, right?