What is Secure Connection Failed? And why this can be happened? Once I did browsing activity using computer cafe. When I open a particular site. Suppose in the example image below is to open the epson webpage. However, what happens is the website can not display the page information from the website and the message appears as follows:
Secure Connection Failed
An error occurred during a connection to epson.com. The OCSP response is not yet valid (contains a date in the future). Error code: SEC_ERROR_OCSP_FUTURE_RESPONSE
The page you are trying to view can not be shown because the authenticity of the received data can not be verified.
Please contact the website owners to inform them of this problem.
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What causes Secure Connection Failed issues?
In the case of the above incident, at that time we have performed the following checks:
- Browsing activity using Mozilla Firefox browser
- There is no problem or interruption in internet connection (ISP, internet service provider)
- Browsing activity by opening other pages can open the site premises smoothly.
After we searched carefully, we found that the date and time on the computer did not match the current date and time. Thus, the way to overcome this is to adjust the date and time of the computer with the date on that day.
Step by step How to Resolve Secure Connection Failed
Quick and easy steps to solve the problem of Secure Connection Failed are as follows:
- Point the pointer at the bottom right corner of your monitor screen
- Right click on computer date and time
- Select Adjust date / time
- In the Date and Time Tab
- Change date and time …
- Setting date and time in accordance with today’s date
- Click Ok
- Please try to do browsing back on sites that display Error Secure Connection Failed message in browser
- See the results
That’s an easy, quick and successful fix 100% way to solve the problem of Secure Connection Failed error messages on browsers that can not access web pages. I hope this helps.