Blocking domain names or HTTPS protocol

Started by rizeno, Jul 04, 2022, 06:08 PM

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When an SSL certificate is connected, it may result in certain domains or the entire HTTPS protocol being blocked simultaneously. How can this issue be resolved promptly and what causes the site to stop functioning?


In order to fix SSL errors, check if the system date and time settings have gone wrong. Check your computer for viruses, a malicious script may be triggered. Antivirus can block traffic over HTTPS.


To resolve the SSL connection error in Chrome, there are a few steps you can take. Firstly, check and correct the date and time on your system as a mismatch can cause the issue. Secondly, viruses may be involved, which can display additional banner ads in your browser. To fix this, use a malware removal application such as Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.

It's worth noting that the SSL error does not necessarily mean the website is dangerous, but you should proceed with caution. You can choose to continue to the site anyway by selecting "Go to the site anyway" after clicking "Advanced". To avoid future issues, you can add the website's SSL certificate to your trusted list in the browser. Finally, an incorrect website link could also be the cause of the error, in which case you can replace "https" with "http" in the address.