My work place intercepts SSL connections, looks at their contents, and then passes the data to and from my machine and remote hosts – a kind of man-in-the-middle attack. This is not uncommon in corporate or enterprise environments.
Now I have a virtual machine running on my computer. The virtual machine does not have the certificates the actual machine has which enable the MITM to work transparently. As a result, I get this message:
What can I do to resolve this?