repeating error when launching

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    Win 10 Pro 64bit - Build

    repeating error when launching

    Lately...Every time I launch a search from the desktop I am getting the following error message:

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    and an address like this:
    " g=en-US&nclid=0F0A4C8F3DB391FAFD794AB377CF3DEB&ts=1553025051016&nclidts=1553025051&tsms=016&wsso=Moderate "

    Don't think this is normal but it just started this recently...any ideas will be greatly appreciated

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    What happens if you use a different browser and search engine, targeting the same site? Do you get an error message? A different one?

    And there I'm assuming you are starting the search in a browser- but I'm guessing that may not be so. How are you launching it? From Cortana's search field (which might be on the taskbar) for example?

    That address -> a bing search for 'ridgid tools'.

    The message suggests a certification problem,
    This site is not secure message in Edge, IE, Chrome or Firefox
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