My answer gets a bit complicated now so feel fine to ignore it. There is a website that feeds on Postimage servers. This website then injects its own code along with their own images. This altered code is then fed out to the web with an altered security certificate. Kaspspersky is probably and quite correctly intercepting this certificate. I really do need to intercept and examine these certificates that are being sent, but unfortunately detailed reading that is needed is just too tiring for my eyes. I did get as far as examining some code once over and saw the redirecting that was going on. As far as I can tell there is no viruses and such in the code just a mischievous way of putting out advertisements. Suffice to say It most certainly could be a way of spreading whatever the site owners want. Kaspspersky and other antivirus software is doing its job. It is a nuisance but better safe than sorry. So I would not bypass i.
OK Shirls. I may just post an update if I work something oout. Coding and the like was one of my favourite pastimes. I just loved getting immersed in the stuff. I'm sur the OP won't mind if I add a post or two later.