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Google Chrome users on Windows 10 may sometimes encounter SSL errors when visiting many important sites. When this error occurs, it essentially prevents the user from going to the target site and displays a text error indicating that “attackers may try to steal your information”.
Install Trusted Certificate
This correction should only be used if you have an urgent need.
Step 1: Click on the HTTPS lock icon and click on Details.
You can also go to Additional Tools > Development Tools and click on the Security tab.
Step 2: Click View Certificate.
Step 3: In the Certificate Viewer, click on Details and select the higher certificate (it must come from an address different from the one you used).
Step 4, then click Export and save the certificate file.
Step 5: Go to Chrome Settings → Advanced → Manage Certificates.
Step 6. Click on “Import”. Select the certificate file you saved above and press Enter to grant all options.
Restart Chrome, chrome://restart (it will reopen all your tabs).
Correct the proxy settings
First, enter the Internet options in the search box. Click on the corresponding result.
Go to the Connections tab.
In the section entitled Local Area Network (LAN) Settings. Click the LAN Settings button.
In the Proxy server section, disable the Use proxy server for your local network option (these settings do not apply to dial-up or VPN connections).
Click OK and restart the computer for the changes to take effect.
Now check whether your problem is solved or not.
Optimization of date and time settings
Incorrect date and time settings make your browser likely to assume that SSL certificates have expired or are outdated. Resetting and correcting this process may correct this error.
- Press the Windows key once
- Select the parameters
- Select time and language
- Enable the Automatically set time option and make sure it is disabled.
- Enable the Automatically set time option again and make sure it is enabled.
- Close the page.
- Restart your computer
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