Certificate is expired during Java auto update
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During Java auto update the user sees Java certificate that is expired.
On Windows 7 and Vista systems with the User Account Control (UAC) is turned on, when the user accepts Java auto update or if trying to update Java through the Java Control Panel, the user will notice the expired certificate.
This expired certificate does not harm or create any security concern for the user system. It is safe for user to ignore this expired certificate and continue with the update process.
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