Fix Err_SSL_Protocol_Error: Chrome, Mac, Android

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What kind of browser installed on your devices? Is there Google Chrome? In the device like Android or Mac, there is an error that has been the hot issue among the users of Google Chrome. That issue is named error 107 which displayed as Err SSL Protocol Error. This kind of error does not occur with every website bu it happens often. Before going to the solutions of fixing the error in Google Chrome, Mac, and Android, it is better for you to look at the most possible cause of the problem.

So, what is the causes of error 107? The error can be caused by many different reasons. One of the most common ones is related to the settings of the proxy. When you are using the incorrect settings of proxy to access the Internet, then you might get this error. The second reason that might be the culprit of this issue is the one that relates to the Google Chrome browser’s cache. If you are using the the out date version of Goggle Chrome, you are at risk of getting this error message. So, make sure that you use the latest version of it by updating it regularly. Another possible cause behind this error is related to the antivirus software. Please make sure to check the filter settings if you have any antivirus installed on your computer. In this case, the settings can be too strict that makes it preventing you from having the access to any of those sign in pages.

Then, how to fix Err SSL Protocol Error? The solution of fixing this kind of error is different, depending on what the cause of the problem.  The first solution will allow you to clear the cache and all the data from the browser of the Internet. To do this one, first, launch the Google Chrome. Then, press CTRL L plus H simultaneously to prompt the recent browsing history to display. Afterward, you have to click on the button written “Clear browsing data”. There will be a box with different kinds of information on it. On the box, be sure that you check all the options such as browsing history, downloaded history, cookies another site and plug in data, cache images and files, passwords, auto fill from data, hosted app data, and content licenses. Once all of them checked, please click on the “Clear browsing data” button.


If the first method above does not work, how about trying the second one? In this one, you have to update the Google Chrome. Updating it is very simple. All you have to do is launch the app and click on the Customize and control Google Chrome. Next, click on “help and about” from the options and then on Google Chrome. It will check whether you have the new version or not. If it is not, you will have  an automatic update.

If those methods are useless, you should try to unable all version of SSL. Please contact the customer support of Google so you can get rid of the issue well.

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