How to Fix (This site can’t be reached) ERR_SSL_VERSION_INTERFERENCE error in Google Chrome?

Every person uses the two most popular browsers Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Both browsers are very powerful and little different in features and user interface. While browser-specific website using one of this browser you may face ERR_SSL_VERSION_INTERFERENCE error even your internet is working and it’s a commonly reported browser error by many users.

This site can’t be reached website address is currently unreachable ERR_SSL_VERSION_INTERFERENCE

This error is also known as This site can’t be reached. There are many reasons behind this error such as TLS 1.3 protocols not enabled from the website, browser glitch, antivirus or firewall issue, etc.

Fix error “… is currently unreachable ERR_SSL_VERSION_INTERFERENCE” error?

There are many ways to fix this Google Chrome error. Here we will discuss all the possible solutions to solve this problem. Just follow the steps carefully.
Method 1:

Update your Browser

Make sure your browser is updated to the latest very version. To so that, open Google Chrome settings by click on 3 dotted icons (Customized and control Google Chrome) from the top right corner of the browser and then click on Settings.

Google Chrome settings

Now click on the About Chrome option from left given options list. After you click on About Chrome, it will automatically check for the update and let you know if any update is available or your browser is up to date.

About Chrome
Method 2:

Disable Third-party Antivirus and Firewall

Antivirus not only protects your Windows form USB, CD/DVD or any other media’s malware but it also helps you to browse safely online. Your antivirus or firewall might think the website you are browsing is malware-infected and it’s safe to not visiting. So try to open the website after disabling your antivirus.
Method 3:

Clear your Browser data

Whenever you visit any website your browser will save cookies, cache data which helps you to browse the website in the future faster. But sometimes cookies and cache also create issue like we are currently trying to solve. So clear your browser data including cookies and cache.

To clear Google Chrome data, open Google Chrome and press CTRL + H key to open history tab.

In the history tab, click on Clear browser data option from the left section.

Clear browser data option

Here check all the three options and change the Time range to All Time, then click on clear data.

Clear browser data option
Method 4:

Reset Google Chrome and Clean up Computer

Resetting Google Chrome means everything you changed in Google Chrome will be reset to its default settings. If any of the above methods did not work for you then try this method.

To reset Google Chrome, open Chrome Settings and click on Rest and clean up option. Here click on Restore settings to their original defaults and after this complete click on the second option Clean up computer.

Restore settings to their original defaults

After following the above-given methods, hopefully, you have fixed the problem successfully. If you still facing the same problem please reply below in comment adding your Windows, browser versions.

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