Your Connection is Not Private Chrome Fix Step-by-Step Guide
Step 1: Check your internet connection
Step 2: Clear browsing data
- Press Ctrl + Shift + Delete (Windows) or Command + Shift + Delete (Mac) simultaneously.
- In the "Clear browsing data" window, select the time range for which you want to clear data. To delete all data, choose "All time."
- Check the boxes next to "Browsing history," "Cookies and other site data," and "Cached images and files."
- Click on the "Clear data" button.
Step 3: Update Google Chrome
- Click on the three-dot menu icon in the top-right corner of Chrome.
- Go to "Help" and select "About Google Chrome."
- Chrome will automatically check for updates and install them if available.
- Once the update is complete, relaunch Chrome and check if the error persists.
Step 4: Adjust date and time settings
- Click on the system clock or date/time display in the taskbar or system tray.
- Select "Date and time settings" or a similar option.
- Enable the automatic date and time synchronization option, if available.
- If automatic synchronization is not available, manually adjust the date and time to the correct settings.
Step 5: Disable antivirus or firewall temporarily
- Locate your antivirus or firewall software icon in the system tray.
- Right-click on the icon and look for an option like "Disable," "Turn Off," or "Pause Protection."
- Select the appropriate option to disable the software temporarily.
- Attempt to access the website that was previously showing the error message.
Step 6: Proceed with caution (Advanced)
- Clear the SSL state in Chrome by going to "Settings" > "Privacy and Security" > "Security" > "Manage certificates." Then, click on "Clear Browsing Data" and select the "Hosted app data" option.
- Disable the "Warn about certificate address mismatch" flag by entering "chrome://flags" in the address bar, searching for the flag, and disabling it.
- Reset Chrome settings by going to "Settings" > "Advanced" > "Reset and clean up" > "Restore settings to their original defaults."