- SSL-Connection Error Mac Chrome
SSL connection error For Mac In chrome
Follow the guidelines to resolve the SSL Connection error while using the Google Chrome web browser on your Mac computer.
Troubleshooting method 1:
Run the Keychain access option on your Mac computer
- To perform this method, click the Apple menu and select the Preferences option.
- Click the Certificates tab on the Preferences dialog box.
- Set the options such as Online Certificates Status Protocol (OCSP) and Certificate Revocation List (CRL) to Best attempt.
- Select the OCSP option from the Priority drop-down menu.
- Now, try to open the Google Chrome web browser on your Mac computer.
Troubleshooting method 2: Disable the antivirus software temporarily
- If you have installed any antivirus software on your Mac computer, then make sure that it is not blocking your Mac system from launching the Google Chrome web browser.
- For example, if you have installed the Kaspersky antivirus application on your Mac, disable the Encrypted connection scanning in the app option.
- To do it, launch the Kaspersky antivirus application.
- Navigate to the Additional tab.
- Click the Network tab below the Advanced Settings section.
- Tick the checkbox beside the Scan encrypted connection option.
- Enable the Always scan encrypted connections and Scan encrypted connection if Parental Control is enabled options by clicking the Radio button beside them.
- Click the Save button and check if the issue is resolved.
- If you have installed any other antivirus software on your Mac system, then disable the HTTPS scanning option.
- For example, if you have installed the Avast antivirus application, launch it, and click the Main Settings option.
- Click the checkbox beside the Enable HTTPS scanning option.
- If the issue is with the connectivity, then perform the network filtering.
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