How to Fix Error 107 (net::ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR): Unknown error in Chrome.

Error 107 has beeen a long running bug in Google Chrome and Some other browsers which has yet to be fixed. Do not be fooled by software claiming to fix error 107 on chrome as Many forums and Websites are Saying that Error 107 security protocol not compatible with the site’s certificate requires some registry software but this is only a small browser cache problem in google chrome and other browsers, Special software to fix browser errors is not required the Google Chrome SSL Error is either on the Webmasters side or it can be because of a chrome bug which is calling something that is confusing the browser.



Options for Google chrome under the hood SSL now know as Advanced Settings

You do not need any special computer skills to fix this error and SSL problems are quite Common on websites. So there is no need to get paid help or software or worry because you do not know how to fix a pc just read these instructions to fix error 107 without downloading anything or paying to fix computer errors.

Error 107 means is Transport endpoint is not connected so when you think about it you just have to reconnect to the website which can be done in a few different ways

Google Chrome Users are Experiencing Problems Accessing Secure Pages, however there is a quick way to Solve this Problem with viewing Secure Pages in Google Chrome.Today was going to check my Google Account and got this strange Message Error107 from Chrome saying

This webpage is not available.

The webpage at be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address.


Error 107 (net::ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR): Unknown error.

I had a Similar Issue Running Safari using Playonlinux for Ubuntu the Browser  would not Allow me to Access  to Secure Sites because of SSL certificates or some other Browser Security Reason. So I checked My Google Chrome Options I found that it was because after Updating there was a change to the SSL 2.0 Properties and the Radio Button to Allow SSL 2.0 was Unchecked .

Fixing this error is simple by Going to your Chrome options that is the small spanner on the top right and select Under the hood (Advanced Settings) from the Menu depending on your chrome version.Then make sure the Use SSL 2.0 Radio Button is Checked and you will not see this error message Again.You could also Disable DNS Prefetching and clear your Cache to be sure you are Viewing the Current Page.

You just need to go to your browser settings in chrome or other web browsers to fix error 107 quickly.

Also much the same story with  Error  324(net::ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED): Unknown error. that can befixed the same way

Just to Add to This if you are Also Using Google DNS it can Also be a Small Problem with Seeing this Message again after enabling SSL 2.0 until the Cache Refreshes so you could Also reset your Router and Configure it again for Google DNS using the Servers and

Update SSL 2.0 is no longer available in the latest version of Google Chrome as it is considered insecure


Try Selecting Or Deselecting The Option “Predict network actions to improve page load performance”

Refreshing the Page Fixed Error 107 90% of the Time I have Received The Error

Dealing With A Webmaster Error 107

However if you get error 107 as a webmaster you maybe trying to issue a certificate that is not valid or malformated it will give you the error message

SSL connection error

Unable to make a secure connection to the server. This may be a problem with the server, or it may be requiring a client authentication certificate that you don’t have.
Error 107 (net::ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR): SSL protocol error. I can’t advise you how to fix this as I have only seen it on banking and online wallet sites.
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9 Responses to How to Fix Error 107 (net::ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR): Unknown error in Chrome.

  1. lol I was going to say something days ago, forgot what it was because I got an error coming to the comment page. :) Error messages suck!

  2. Thanks, I’ve been seeing this a few times lately, who’d of thought it would be such a simple thing to rectify the problem ;)

  3. roezer says:

    Sorry to hear about this but my only experiences with mac is an old apple2e if you remember those machines.As a linux user I find that sometimes Chromium gives a little better support for non windoze users but the linux package for chome seems to be working quite well there is a Chromium for mac or Chromium crossover chromimum might be a better supported version of chrome for Mac you can download it from here

  4. roezer says:

    On your Mac, go to System Preferences,Then exit Chrome and open it again.

  5. guest says:

    still a problem.
    after checking “ssl 2.0″, the situation improved (i can now login to google accounts), but i still get ERROR 107 when trying to access gmail or google account settings.

    it only started with chrome 6.0

    • Roezer says:

      I have not got error 107 for weeks but I have noticed many problems with logging into my Google Account lately I also use Chrome 6.0.Does the Problem happen everytime you to login to your Gmail or just sometimes.

  6. r19 says:

    There is no SSl radio button in my options which here in the UK are shown as under the bonnet..

  7. Mike says:

    Thanks! This fixed the issue instantly. Wish everything was this easy.