There are many different SSL errors that can occur while browsing with or without proxies. It's an error that can appear when you try to establish a secure connection with a website's server.
The most common way to avoid SSL errors is to make sure that your browser/tool/code is up to date. Using outdated software may cause SSL version mismatches which will then eliminate the option to access a certain website. Also, make sure that your device is using the correct time settings and has all the necessary security updates.
- Clear your browser's cache.
- If using custom code, make sure that your dependencies are up to date.
- Make sure that you are not using a self-signed certificate.
- Avoid visiting websites with outdated SSL certificates.
- Check your anti-virus settings.
- If using Windows, try clearing SSL State.
If you keep running into SSL errors, try downgrading your Chrome to v72.
Updated 5 months ago