It’s very important to make sure your browsers are secure. You can easily find if your browser is not secured through “Your connection is not private error in Chrome“. Today we’ll learn how to fix your connection is not a private problem.
Stealing on Internet is very popular and attackers always do this. Yes, Attackers are always trying to steal your confidential data like Credit Card details, Password, Message and so.
You need to ensure that you data are secured or encrypted. This tutorial shows how to fix Your connection is not private error and Net::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID in Google Chrome.
You might have seen this error ” Your Connection is Not Private. Attackers might be trying to steal your information “.
Okay, now you should close your Chrome browser and start troubleshoot the issue. NET::ER_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID would be the exact error about SSL certificate.
Why SSL Error Occurs?
Lots of reasons behind SSL Errors, I’ll provide you few and important reasons for SSL Errors.
- The SSL Certificate is not issued by a recognized third party.
- The Site’s Certificate is not updated / up-do-date.
- The Connection between your browser and the website is not secured.
Your connection is not private Error in Chrome
Generally, the error ” Your connection is not private ” message occurs, as the SSL got some issue and it is not able to verify the info.
We know that SSL is a Secured way to Encrypt the data from your PC and send the same to the respective server, keep the info safe and private.
If you get this SSL Error Your connection is not private, then your PC or Internet connections Prevent Chrome to load the site in secure / private method.
Few reasons about this error Your connection is not private is SSL Certificate is unknown / Expired SSl Certificate / the Connection between your PC and Server is not well Secured.
How to fix Your connection is not private error
1. Verify your Computer’s Date and Time.
“Your clock is behind” OR “Your clock is ahead”
Mostly this issue occurs if your Computer has incorrect Date & Time. This is key to prevent the browser – verify the SSL Certificate and you will get this error message Your connection is not Private.
Correct your Date & Time to get rid of Your connection is not private error.
2. Anti-Virus Settings & Firewall Settings
The should be a chance that your Antivirus Program may cause this issue “Your Connection is Not Private“.
You need to Disable SSL Certificate Scan on your Anti-virus Program.
Ensure that nothing is blocking your SSL certificates in Firewall settings.
3. Disable warning message Net::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID – Your Connection is Not Private
If you want to disable the Warning Message Net::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID OR Your Connection is Not Private error, you can easily disable this warning message.
Open you Google Chrome browser and Type “chrome://flags” press Enter.
Search for “Remember decisions to proceed through SSL errors for a specified length of time”, and select how long you want to remember your selection.
After that, you only need to see the error one time and just click on “Process to <website address> (unsafe)”. There is no more warning appears in the future.
4. Clean Google Chrome Browser.
You can also try cleaning the junks from your Chrome browser. Follow this steps to delete Cache, history and all other data in the Chrome.
Go to Settings >> Show advanced settings >> Clear browsing data under Privacy options.
5. Reset your Google Chrome Browser
If this is not working then you can reset your google chrome browser settings to the default browser settings too. To reset your Chrome browser settings:
Firstly, click on the Chrome menu >> Settings>> Show advanced settings >> Reset settings >> Reset.
6. Process to the website – At your Own Risk
If you’re not able to fix this errors, but you are in hurry do the tasks. You have an option to ” “Process to <website address> (unsafe)”, It’s your own risk.
Make sure before use this option that you’re very much sure the websites your are going to attempt are fully secured.
7. How to Ignore SSL certificate error
This is not a fix, though you will just pass / skip the error message by doing >>
Right click on Google Chrome shortcut at your desktop and choose Properties.
In Target box just add this after quotes –ignore-certificate-errors
“C:\Program Files\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe” –ignore-certificate-errors
Click OK. That’s all.
I hope this article helps you get rid of Your connection is not private, NET::ER_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID, Net::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID. Share this article below Facebook and Twitter.