Sometimes you want to visit a webpage, and you’re greeted with the message “This site can’t provide a secure connection”. This can be very frustrating and annoying, especially when you really need to visit the site.

This error typically occurs when your web browser encounters issues establishing a secure connection to a website. This error can occur for a lot of reasons, either the website does not have an SSL certificate installed or the browser uses an expired SSL certificate, when you install the SSL certificate but do not enable force HTTPS, incorrect date and time, firewall or antivirus, etc.

This issue is predominantly resolved by site owners, as they are responsible for the SSL certificate, but oftentimes, that is not the cause of the error. In this guide, we’ll walk you through how to resolve this problem.

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