Win10 IE browser can not open the HTTPS website solution-win10 professional version
Posted Jun 27, 2020 • 2 min read
There are many users who report that the IE browser cannot open the HTTps encrypted website under the Win10 system. In fact, this problem is not related to Microsoft or even IE. It is mainly due to the security controls or digital certificate controls provided by most domestic commercial banks. Caused by the optimization, the reason is that these controls will automatically adjust the advanced settings of IE browser. Then the following editor will teach you how to solve this problem.
Unable to connect to this page safely
This may be because the site uses expired or insecure TLS security settings. If this continues to occur, please contact the owner of the website.
The TLS security settings are not set to the default settings, which may also cause this error.
Solution:Check the support of the current mainstream TLS 1.2 and TLS 1.3 security protocols.
Users usually resume normal loading of all websites after reconfiguring.
Open the IE browser and click the size button in the upper right corner to select the Internet option. You can see which version of the security protocol is used in the advanced security options.
The user should set to uncheck SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1, and restore to check TLS 1.2, TLS 1.3(only supported by Windows 10 2004 version).
After the above configuration, it does not affect the normal access to the domestic Internet banking website. After the configuration, please do not use the assistant provided by the commercial bank to perform the so-called one-key optimization.
This kind of problem is mainly caused by some settings made by Internet Banking in order to be compatible with the old IE6.0 7.0 version, which results in the new version of the encryption protocol not being supported.
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