If not due to such malicious attacks, the error may have occurred in Google Chrome as there is usually a problem with the SSL connection, and Chrome cannot verify and guarantee the SSL certificate. An SSL connection ensures encrypted data and secure data transfers to providers.
“This connection is not secure” shows that Google Chrome cannot safely load the requested website due to an unknown/expired SSL certificate or an insecure connection between the PC and the server Is. Fortunately, multiple bug fixes can easily fix “This connection is not secure” in Google Chrome.
Solution 1. Correct the date and time settings
While this may seem like an unexpected solution, first you need to check the date and time settings. This is because Chrome may have incorrectly set dates and times that do not verify the SSL certificate. So just follow these simple steps:
- Right-click the Date and Time box in the bottom right corner and select Change Date / Time.
- Set the correct time zone.
- Click Sync now.
Solution 2. Check your antivirus and firewall
Antivirus programs can also cause error messages in Google Chrome due to the fact that suspicious SSL certificates have to be blocked. So try disabling HTTP scans in your antivirus program and get the desired access to your website.
All you have to do is open your anti-virus program and perform SSL checking or real-time protection. Find an option that is probably marked with a symbol. If you find it, uncheck it and the error message still appears. If you are unable to find an option, we recommend that you uninstall the antivirus program and install additional security features for another security application.