Kaspersky Install Error: “Certificate used to sign package is not trusted. Use – allow Untrusted to override.”

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Kaspersky Install Error: “Certificate used to sign package is not trusted. Use – allow Untrusted to override.”

Post by Paul Pritsis » Mon Jul 17, 2017 1:36 pm

The problem occurs because of an out-of-date certificate, but there's a simple workaround.

1. Drag and drop the Kaspersky package to the desktop from the installation menu where you have the choice to A. Install Kaspersky B. Uninstall. Click and drag "Install Kaspersky" to the desktop.

2. "right click" (aka 2 finger click for macbook) and choose "Show packaged contents".

3. You should now see a Window with a single folder that is titled "Contents". Drag and drop that folder to the desktop.

4. Open the "Contents" folder then open the "Packages" folder within.

5. You should see a box icon that is titled something like "Kaspersky Internet...urity.pkg". Double click to launch the package file.

6. From here is is straight forward just follow the on screen instructions, you will get an error saying the license is expired just choose to continue.

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