Google Chrome Security Certification Error
Do you frequently get a “Your Connection Is Not Private” message in Chrome? Also, does it tag along with the “Not Secure” warning in the Google Chrome address bar? You should trust the message and assume that it’s there to protect you from sketchy websites. However, it can be an issue from your end, and in such cases, fix the issue before you keep running into an SSL error.
SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer, a universally recognized security protocol responsible for ensuring that the websites you visit on the internet are secure and the data exchanged between the web server and your internet browser is encrypted.
SSL certificate errors also have unique error codes with different meanings. In this troubleshooting guide, we’ll show you what some of these error codes mean, the factors causing the errors, and how to get them fixed.
1. CHANGE COMPUTER’S DATE AND TIME
If your computer’s time and date settings are incorrect, the following SSL error codes could show-up in Chrome as you browse web pages.
One way to fix this error and prevent future occurrences is to configure your computer to update its date and time settings automatically.