However, some Chrome users reported that Chrome displays Server certificate error while opening a website.
This error can prevent users from viewing the website, and sometimes it even prevents them from loading the home page.
In this article, we will show you a few methods to help you resolve the Server certificate error in Chrome.
- Users who get a certificate error when visiting a website in Google Chrome might have to update their security settings or revoke the certificate.
- The certificate error on Chrome can be due to an outdated browser version, so update it.
Clear the Cache
- Open Chrome browser and go to the three-dot overflow menu (the one on the top right corner).
- Select Settings.
- In the Settings window, expand the Privacy section.
- Scroll down and click on Clear Cache.
- Refresh your browsing session.
Remove the proxy server
- Open Google Chrome.
- Click on the three bar icon in the top right corner.
- Choose Settings and scroll down to the Advanced tab.
- Uncheck the box for Use a proxy server for your LAN.
- Close the Settings tab and refresh the Google homepage.
Clear the Cookies and Site Data
- Right-click on the Google Chrome icon > select History.
- Click on Clear Browsing Data > select All Time.
- Restart Google Chrome.
Disable the ad blocker
- Open Chrome.
- Click on three dots at the top-right corner of the browser.
- Click on Settings.
- Then, select Advanced.
- Now, scroll down and disable Content Blockers.
- Relaunch Chrome.
Enable the SSL Verification
- Click on Chrome Menu.
- Click on Settings.
- In the Settings window, scroll down and click on Advanced.
- In the Connection Settings section, check the box for Enable SSL Verification.
- Restart Chrome.
Check for DNS errors
- Open Network Connections
- Right click on the network card
- Choose Properties
- Go to Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
- Clear the Use the following DNS server addresses
- Click OK
Create a new user profile
- Press Windows key + I to open Settings.
- Navigate to Users.
- Select Your account.
- Select Family & other people.
- Select Add someone else to this PC.
- Enter the desired credentials.
Modify the Registry
- Follow steps 2 and 3 below.
- Open File > Run.
- In the Run dialog box, type regedit and click OK.
- Navigate to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareClassesGoogleChromeApplications
- Right click Google Chrome > select New > DWORD.
- Rename the New DWORD to EnableCRLsThen, double-click the EnableCRLs DWORD and set the value to 0 (Not Enabled).
- Close the Registry Editor and restart Chrome.
- Clear the Cache and Data
- Type chrome://settings/clearBrowserData and press Enter.