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Chrome error: This site can’t provide a secure connection

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by dcristo, Dec 18, 2016.

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    Under this it says ERR_SSL_VERSION_OR_CIPHER_MISMATCH.

    Anyone know how to fix this? I am seeing this error more and more.
    SEMrush
     
    dcristo, Dec 18, 2016 IP
    SEMrush
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    Furquan Ahmed Well-Known Member

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    It's possible that the site is using very low security SSL certificate which support totally disabled by Chrome in there newer version.

    If this is your website, you should use 1.2 SSL insisted of old & outdated 1.0.
     
    Furquan Ahmed, Dec 18, 2016 IP
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    dcristo Illustrious Member

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    Thanks for your help. It is not my website.

    Are you Pakistani? You put in a good fight in the cricket.
     
    dcristo, Dec 18, 2016 IP
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    Furquan Ahmed Well-Known Member

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    Nope, I am not Pakistani, I am from India & I have played much cricket till my college level.
     
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    digitalpoint Overlord of no one Staff

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    It's probably related to RC4 cipher no longer being supported in Google Chrome (as of Chrome 48, which was January 2016). The only real solution is for the web server to be configured to support ciphers that aren't outdated.

    Up until a couple months ago, you could enable RC4 support in Chrome, but it's since been removed completely: https://support.google.com/chrome/a/answer/6357171?hl=en

    If you have a sample URL where you get the error, it would be easy enough to check.
     
    digitalpoint, Dec 19, 2016 IP
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    dcristo Illustrious Member

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    @digitalpoint Interesting I can access the web page on another computer using an older Chrome version (Chrome 49). Seems like the improved security settings in the newer Chrome versions no longer support a lot of websites.
     
    dcristo, Dec 20, 2016 IP
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    Well if that is indeed what it is (RC4 ciphers), that's really on the site owners/system admins. SSL was never intended to be set and never revisit. I mean you have to update your SSL certificate every so often for example. RC4 has been scheduled to be axed for years now... admins need to pay attention. :)
     
    digitalpoint, Dec 20, 2016 IP