How to Fix ERR_SSL_OBSOLETE_VERSION Warning in Chrome

How to Fix ERR_SSL_OBSOLETE_VERSION Warning in Chrome

One of the most concerning errors your site visitors can encounter is a security warning. With all of the brute force attacks, malware, and denial of service attacks, it’s critically important for internet users to browse and shop securely. If your site is displaying the ERR_SSL_OBSOLETE_VERSION warning, visitors won’t be able to access your site without clicking on a link in the error that basically tells them that they shouldn’t return.

In this post, we’ll discuss what the ERR_SSL_OBSOLETE_VERSION warning is and what steps you can take to fix it. We’ll also show you how to test these fixes locally on the two most common web servers — Apache and NGINX. Let’s rock and roll.

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