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Are you too Frustrated with Frequent Browser Errors While Loading Web Pages?| Resolve them Here

by Peter Smith Browser Technical Support US

Web browsers are a medium through which you can connect to the internet. Using browser, we can explore the outside world in a matter of few seconds. Browser is needed to find a website, transferring funds through online banking, or watching videos. However sometimes your browser encounter some issues & its start showing sluggish behavior that makes you frustrated especially when you are in the middle of some important work. There are a lot of browsing errors some of them being 404 error, SL certificate issues etc that may interrupt you entering into websites or search for a particular info on eb.

There are various browsers available as per your requirement & needs Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, IE to name a few. Every browser has different tools, features, and settings therefore each browser displays its error pages differently.

Browser errors You Face Frequently

 

  • ·         Browser Certificate Error
  • ·         Browser Displaying- 404 Not Found
  • ·         Browser Certificate Error
  • ·         Phishing and Malware Warnings
  • ·         Server Not Found
  • ·         Unable to Connect


Website SSL Certificate Error

An SSL certificate error also known as security certificate is the most re-occurring error. This error indicates an issue with HTTPS encryption. You will generally get this error if you're connecting to a website using HTTPS. Whenever you connect to a website, it presents the certificate and your browser checks it to verify that you're connecting to the real HTTPS website and not the cloned or fake one.

Try not to continue with that website if you see this type of error.

Browser Displaying- 404 Not Found Error

Many a times your browser displays a 404 error while you are searching for a specific web page. There are many causes for such an error. The error will appear if you have missed out a letter in the URL, mistyped the address, or the web page has been removed by the website owners or moved out at some other location.

On getting this error, a user should double-check the web page address that has been typed to confirm that whether the web page has been removed or not.

Phishing and Malware Warnings

Your web browser display malware or phishing warnings whenever you access an unreliable source or website. Your browser displays this warning because the website you are trying to access may contain malware or may attempt to steal your passwords, credit card numbers, or other sensitive information.

Server Not Found Error

This error message indicates that your browser isn't able to find the website you're trying to access. The reason of this error is that either you have mistyped a website address or you're trying to access a website that doesn't exist. Some other factors responsible for this error includes DNS server is down, your firewall, proxy, or other settings that might be misconfigured.

Unable to Connect

The 'Unable to connect' error message looks similar to the 'Server not found' message mentioned above, but they differ from each other in many other respects. If you've got this error screen, then it means that your browser has successfully contacted its DNS servers.

This message means that either the website is down or experiencing problems while getting connected. It is recommended to try 'Down For Everyone Or Just For Me' website to check whether the website is actually down or it's you just can't be accessed.

Tips to Troubleshoot Browser Errors

To fix above errors, you can try the following tips to fix them.

  • ·         Close all the tabs & try restarting the browser
  • ·         plugging out and then plugging in the router's power cable
  • ·         change your firewall or proxy

All these tips can help to get rid of these browser errors. But if still you can’t able to resolve your browser issues, we suggest you to take Browser Customer Care Helpline that will instantly resolve all your queries via remote technical assistance. You just have to call them at Toll Free Number 1-800-358-0071 (US).


About Peter Smith Advanced   Browser Technical Support US

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Comments

Christina Lawrence Advanced  Software and Hardware Support
informative post ! keep posting
Apr 11th 2017 05:55   
John S. Advanced  Support for McAfee,technical support, customer ser
thank you for giving me right information
Apr 11th 2017 05:57   
Neha Xavier Advanced  Content Writer
Nice post! Keep posting!
Aug 4th 2017 00:51   
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