Fixes for the SSL/TLS Handshake Failed error for both internet users and site owners
It’s time for another technical article, today we’re going to discuss the SSL/TLS Handshake Failed Error and the ways to fix it. Like many SSL error messages, this can be triggered from both the client-side and the server-side, so sometimes it can be fixed by regular internet users and other times it’s indicative of a configuration issue on the website’s part.
Regardless of its origins, this can be a frustrating SSL error because it prevents you from making a secure connection with the website you’re attempting to access.
We’ll get into what the SSL/TLS handshake is, then we’ll cover the reasons for the SSL/TLS Handshake Failed error and what you can do to fix it.
Let’s hash it out.
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