Root Certificate error message before running Windows Updates

  1.    24 Sep 2016 #1

    Root Certificate error message before running Windows Updates

    Hi guys,

    I had installed this mapping tool before applying all the Windows Updates and I got this Untrusted Certificate warning error as shown in the image.

    Now, I had reinstalled Windows 10 and ran all the updates and then installed this tool which is a NON-Web version, meaning its a program that runs on the desktop but gathers all the mapping data from Bing Maps and so forth.
    After when I launched it this time, that message DOES NOT appear now.

    So clearly, it had something to do with a Windows Update that updates all Root Certificates.
    But the issue is, I really need to know which update is it so next time I can install this Windows Update myself manually.

    Anyone know?

    Many thanks!
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