When browsing across multiple web pages you might have occasionally come across error pages or some browser issues. Mostly, the errors are common issues with the browser or can mean something else that can potentially ruin the computer. In such cases, the browser displays such errors in the form of messages when you try to enter a specific website or surfing between different ones. Some of the common browser errors and their meaning are described below.
An SSL or security certificate error is a commonly occurring error in browsers. It is displayed mostly when you are connecting to a website that uses HTTPS. The occurrence of certificate error indicated that there is some issue with the HTTPS encryption of the site. A website that comes with HTTPS encryption presents certificates that the browser uses to identify the legitimacy of the site, thus preventing you from accessing and sharing vital details with a counterfeit site.
The “Unable to Connect” is another common error shown in most web browsers such as Chrome or Firefox. This error message indicates that your web browser has successfully established a connection with its DNS servers but failed at getting a response when trying to connect to the website’s servers. This can be caused mostly when the website is under maintenance or not available. Issues with your computers internet connection firewall or proxy can also cause this error messages in your browser.
When accessing certain sites your browser will display warnings related to phishing or malware known as web forgery. This error is displayed when you try to connect to any dangerous sites located in the browser’s list. Such dangerous sites are known to have malware and other malicious programs that can trick you into revealing confidential financial or other information thus leading to identity theft.
Another type of browser issue displayed in most browsers is the “Server not Found” error. This error message indicates that the browser is unable to find the website that is being queried for. The “Server not Found” error can crop up if you mistype the website address or of the site does not exist. It can be caused due to a misconfigured firewall, proxy, or network settings.
“404 Not Found” is a very common error that you might have come across while using your browser. It indicates that the website you are trying to access does not exist – it is either no longer available or you have typed the address wrong. Your browser will display this error message, which is produced by the remote web server.
Google Chrome is one of the most popular and widely used computer browsers and more than millions of users from all around the world use this internet browser to stream videos, access social media platforms, browse the web, and more. Just like any other browser, Google Chrome might also crash and stop occasionally.
However, several computer users who use Google Chrome on a daily basis for their work and personal needs recently complained that they have been seeing a “Whoa! Google Chrome has crashed” message. If you are regularly experiencing this error, then it means that there is something wrong with your Google Chrome browser or the computer itself.
Computer users who regularly experience this issue should initially uninstall the Google Chrome browser from their computer and then reinstall it again. If this solution does not help, then below are a few simple tips that would fix the frequent Google Chrome crashing issue.
In some cases, the crashes you are experiencing with Google Chrome might be due to a corrupted profile. So, you will need to create a new profile from the Settings page of the internet browser. Go to the menu of Google Chrome, open Settings, and then click on Add new user right under the Users option. Once you have set up the new profile, check whether you are still experiencing frequent crashes on Google Chrome browser.
Several professional computer and browser support service providers recently identified that the Flash plugin in Google Chrome might be the reason behind frequent crashes. If that is the case, then you will need to disable the internal Flash plugin in the internet browser and then stick to the standard Flash plugin. If you are a computer user who has no idea on how to disable the internal Flash plugin on your browser, then you will need to get in touch with an expert browser support technician.
It is significant to note that malware might also interfere with the Google Chrome browser on your computer and make the browser crash regularly. So, computer users who are experiencing frequent Google Chrome crashes should run an antivirus software scan and check whether their computer is under virus attack or not. If yes, removing the threats might help you to fix the frequent Google Chrome crashes.
If you are still experiencing the issue or need help with any other Chrome browser problems, get in touch with an expert tech support team for advanced troubleshooting.