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This article will show you how to fix "Can’t connect securely to this page" error with Microsoft Edge browser in Windows 10.

We all know that Windows uses Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocols to securely communicate with Internet websites. If you’ve incorrectly configured TLS protocol settings, Microsoft browsers on your Windows 10 might not be able display websites.

With Microsoft Edge, you may receive following error in such a case:

Can’t connect securely to this page

This might be because the site uses outdated or unsafe TLS security settings. If this keeps happening, try contacting the website’s owner.
Your TLS security settings aren’t set to the defaults, which could also be causing this error.

FIX Can't Connect Securely To This Page Error In Microsoft Edge

This is actually common error appearing if the TLS settings are configured incorrectly on client as well as server side. If the fault is client side, you can fix it via below mentioned fixes. If the fault lies on server side, you need to contact server administrator or webmaster for the site with which you’re facing the issue.

FIX: Can’t Connect Securely To This Page Error In Microsoft Edge

FIX 1 – Enable TLS Protocols

The most common cause for this issue incorrect configuration of TLS protocols. These protocols are enabled by default on Windows. But if some third-party software or any user disabled these protocols, you might have this title trouble.

Refer following link to enable all TLS protocols (TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1, TLS 1.2) and resolve this issue:

How to enable/configure TLS settings in Windows 10

How To Configure TLS Settings In Windows 10

After enabling TLS protocols, the issue should be resolved. Note that, you must have SSL 3.0 disabled, as it is now deprecated and enabling it might create trouble as well. So make sure SSL 3.0 remains disabled on your Internet settings.

FIX 2 – Allow Mixed Content To Display

1. Press W8K + R and type inetcpl.cpl in the Run dialog box, to open Internet Properties.

Internet Explorer Properties

2. In Internet Properties window, switch to Security tab. Select Internet and then click Custom level.

FIX Can't Connect Securely To This Page Error In Microsoft Edge

3. Then in Security Settings – Internet Zone, scroll down and find Display mixed content option. Set it to Enable from Prompt. Click OK, Apply, OK to save and close all windows.

FIX Can't Connect Securely To This Page Error In Microsoft Edge

Check the status of issue now, it must be resolved by now.

Let us know via your comments, if you still face the issue!


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