If you have encountered an error «Your connection is not private» in Chrome and understand that the page reload not give any result, you can use the following tips given in the article. First, pay attention to the type of error. This will help you diagnose the origin of the error.
For example, the error can be as follows:
NET::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID. This error means that you cannot use the HTTPS protocol, since SSL certificate on the server has expired. What can be done? You will need to specify the exact date and time. We’ll continue to do it.
NET::ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID or NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID. In this case, the name of the certificate does not match the name of the site you are visiting. The server certificate does not match the URL. The server does not know whether the certificate is trusted because the certificate set for another URL. To cope with this can be a mistake by setting addresses with HTTP. Do not use HTTPS, because many websites still work over HTTP.
NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID. In this case the certification authority that issued the certificate is untrusted.
NET::ERR_CERT_REVOKED – certificate has been removed by a certification authority.
How to set the exact time in Windows 8, 8.1 and 10
Do the right-click on the time in the system tray and select the item Adjust date / time. Option Set time automatically be enabled. Once it is enabled, the time will be obtained from the standard Microsoft server. Update Chrome page. The error should disappear. If it persists, then we move on.
Select the item Region & language. Go to Additionally date, time & regional settings. Click the Set the time and date. Select Change settings …
You will see Internet Time Settings window. Click Update now and you will get the exact time set by force. Reload the page, and the error should disappear.
Set a time server for your country
Be sure to select the server that is closest to you to specify more precise time. Most of the servers based on the official atomic clock. Servers are many; you need to choose the appropriate. Examples of servers:
USA – time.nist.gov
Canada – time.nrc.ca
UK – ntp2c.mcc.ac.uk