Fix Your Connection is Not Private Error in Google Chrome
In this article i will tell you very simple ways through which you can Fix Your Connection is Not Private Error in Google Chrome.
If you are surfing the internet through Chrome browser, it’s very important to have a sure connection.
So that no one or hackers can get your personal data or information from the web.
If your connection is not private then this may cause data loss or leakage of your private or personal information which is not a good thing.
There are number of reasons which arise this type of error message like when you try to open web pages which started with https, not with HTTP.
Insecure connection of SSL between your System and Server or SSL certificate gets expired.
Because SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is used by the Websites to keep all the information you enter on their pages private and secure.
Solutions to Fix Your Connection is Not Private Error in Google Chrome :
There are number of ways through which you can easily solve this error message. They are following…
1st Solution : Check Date and Time.
First make sure that your system’s date and time is correct.
Because wrong date and time of your system is the main reason that prevents the Chrome browser to verify the SSL certificate.
Steps to set correct date and time :
1 > Right-click on the date and time section at the bottom right corner on your PC desktop, then select “Adjust date/time“.
2 > Update date and time to your current time zone.
OR you can just “Turn-On” Set date and time automatically.
Once you set correct date and time, then just close all windows and re-open google chrome.
And now you will not get an error message regarding privacy of your connection in chrome.
2nd Solution : Clear Chrome Browser’s Cookies and Cache.
To Clear / Remove Chrome Cache, Cookies and History, and other browser data follow below mention steps…
1 > Go to Google Chrome and open Settings from going to three dots vertical menu.
2 > Scroll down and then click on “Advanced“.
3 > Under “Privacy and Security” tab you find “Clear Browsing Data“, click on it.
4 > First select the time period from which you want to clear history, cache or cookies.
After that check “History“, “Cookies“, “Cached” check-boxes and then hit “Clear Browsing Data” button.
Once you clear cookies, history and caches, close Google Chrome, refresh your System and re-open it.
You will not get that error message again in google chrome.
3rd Solution : Reset Google Chrome.
Reset or Restore Google Chrome to it’s original default settings is very useful to solve this error message.
Go to Chrome settings, Scroll down and then click on “Advanced“.
In the last you see “Reset“, click on it.
After that just click on “Reset” button, It will restore google chrome browser to it’s original default settings.
Once restore process completes, Restart Google Chrome.
4th Solution : Clear DNS Cache.
If you still getting this error message then open command prompt as admin.
Type command “ipconfig /flushdns” and hit enter key.
This command will clear all DNS Cache, Restart your PC and re-open the issued site.
5th Solution : Clear SSL Certificate Cache.
To clear SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate cache you need to open RUN (WIN+R).
Type “inetcpl.cpl” and then click on “OK” button.
Go to “Content” tab.
After that click on “Clear SSL State” and then click on “OK” button.
In the last just restart your PC/Laptop.