How to Repair the ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED in Google Chrome

If you get the error message “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED”, it means that Chrome couldn’t find the IP address that matches the domain name of the site you entered. In this case, you won’t be able to access the page because the IP address is required to connect to the webserver.

This error may occur if you are using Chrome on a desktop PC (Windows, macOS, or Linux) or on a mobile device (Android or iOS). This error occurs not only in the Chrome browser but also in other browsers such as Firefox or Safari. However, they display a different error message than Google Chrome if the DNS can’t resolve the domain name when trying to access the website. read more

How to Resolve “Server not found” Error in Firefox

A common problem is the error message “Server not found – Firefox can’t find the server” in Firefox. Many users report encountering this error when trying to load a website with Firefox, even though the website can be opened in other browsers without any problems. If you encounter the same problem, read this article to find a solution.

What causes the “Server not found” error message in Firefox?

Weak Internet connection: Another reason that can cause the “server not found” error may be a weak or unstable Internet connection. read more

How to Resolve the “There is a problem with this website’s security certificate” Error

The Internet is an indispensable part of our daily lives, but unfortunately, some Windows 10 users report problems accessing certain websites.

They report that the message “There is a problem with this website`s security certificate” appears in their browser. So, let’s see how to solve this problem.

Before we begin, it should be noted that the problem can occur in almost any browser, so even if you change your browser, the problem will still occur.

Some users report this problem when trying to visit certain websites, such as Facebook, while others report the problem on almost all websites. read more

Fixed: DLG_FLAGS_SEC_CERT_DATE_INVALID on Internet Explorer or Edge

Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge are two web browsers developed by Microsoft. Although there are better browsers than Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge, some Windows users still prefer not to upgrade and use the good old browsers. This is especially true for businesses because the latter two browsers integrate easily with Active Directory, which implements group policies for users. But when it comes to time and new browsers offering many advanced features and services, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge are certainly not the best competitors. But it does have its merits. read more