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SSL certificate errors and how to fix them

Today there are more than 138 millions of sites with an SSL certificate on the Internet, and this number is expected to increase as more search engines and consumers show preference for these sites..

An SSL certificate is a standard security technology for encrypting information between a visitor's browser and their website. Because it helps keep confidential information such as passwords and payment information safe, Visitors feel more secure on sites that are encrypted with SSL. You can identify HTTPS encrypted sites in their URLs and the padlock icon in the address bar.

Sites that are not encrypted may see traffic visits or conversion rates as a result. These sites are not only marked as “Not sure” and Google Chrome, but also avoids them 85% from online shoppers .

What is an SSL certificate error?

This message will look different depending on two factors. The first is the browser you are using. The above screenshot shows an error message in Google Chrome. The following screenshot is a message that you will see in Internet Explorer.

SSL Certificate Unreliable Error

This error indicates that the SSL certificate is signed or approved by a company that the browser does not trust.. That means that the company, known as the certification authority, is not in the browser's built-in list of trusted certificate providers or that the certificate was issued by the server itself. Certificates issued by the server are often called self-signed certificates.

Name match error

This error indicates that the domain name in the SSL certificate does not match the URL that was entered in the browser. This message can be caused by something as simple as “www”. Let's say the certificate is registered for www.yoursite.com and type https://yoursite.com. Then you will get SSL certificate name error.

Mixed content error

This error indicates that a secure page (one that is loaded with HTTPS in the address bar) contains an item being loaded from an insecure page (one that is loaded with HTTP in the address bar). Even if there is only one insecure file on one page (often, an image, marco, Flash animation or JavaScript snippet), your browser will display an error message instead of loading the page