Setting up a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate for your website has never been easier. You can generate certificates for free, and many hosting providers will even set them up for you. However, if you don’t configure your certificate properly, you may encounter errors such as “SSL handshake failed”.
The “SSL handshake failed” error shows up when your browser and the server can’t establish a secure connection. This article will explain what an SSL handshake is and what to do if you fail to establish one.