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How to Fix Security Error Code Pop-up?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The security error code pop up is an error message that appears when there is a problem with the security of a website. This can happen for a variety of reasons, but most often it is due to the website not having a valid SSL certificate. This means that the website is not using a secure connection and your browser is blocking it.

1. Check your internet connection

  1. Open your web browser and navigate to http://www.speedtest.net.
  2. Enter your internet connection information and click on the "Test" button.
  3. If the "Test" button is not available, then your internet connection is not working properly and you will need to fix it.
  4. Once the "Test" button is active, click on the "Results" tab and check the "Ping" and "Download" values.
  5. If the "Ping" value is high and the "Download" value is low, then your internet connection is not working properly and you will need to fix it.
  6. If the "Ping" value is low and the "Download" value is high, then your internet connection is working properly, but there may be a security issue.
  7. To fix the security issue, you will need to resolve the issue and then retest the connection.

2. Try restarting your computer

  1. Open the Start menu and type "cmd"
  2. When the Command Prompt window appears, type "shutdown -r"
  3. Press Enter key to restart your computer.
  4. You will see a message that says "Your computer is restarting to finish the security update. Please wait."
  5. After your computer restarts, you will see a message that says "The computer has restarted. Please wait while it completes the restart."
  6. Once your computer has restarted, you will see a message that says "The computer has completed the restart. Thank you for choosing Windows."

3. Try using a different browser

  1. Open your web browser and click on the "Tools" menu.
  2. Select "Internet Options."
  3. Click on the "Security" tab.
  4. Click on the "Advanced" button.
  5. Select the "New" button.
  6. Select the "Browser Type" drop-down menu and select "Windows Internet Explorer."
  7. Click on the "OK" button.
  8. Click on the "Security" tab.
  9. Click on the "Advanced" button.
  10. Select the "Privilege Level" drop-down menu and select "Administrator."
  11. Click on the "OK" button.
  12. Click on the "OK" button in the "Internet Options" window.
  13. Click on the "Close" button in the "Internet Options" window.
  14. Close your web browser.

4. Try using a different search engine

  1. Open Google Chrome and type "https://www.google.com" into the address bar.
  2. Click on the "Enter" key.
  3. Type "www.google.com" into the "URL" field.
  4. Click on the "Enter" key.
  5. Type "securityerrorcode.com" into the "Search" field.
  6. Click on the "Enter" key.
  7. A search result page should appear.
  8. Click on the "SecurityErrorCode.com" link in the search result page.
  9. A new page should open.
  10. Click on the "Fix Security Error Code" link.
  11. A new page should open.
  12. Click on the "I Agree" button.
  13. A new page should open.
  14. Enter your email address and click on the "Send" button.
  15. A new page should open.
  16. Click on the "Fix Security Error Code" link.
  17. A new page should open.
  18. Enter your password and click on the "Login" button.
  19. A new page should open.
  20. Enter the security error code into the "Error Code" field and click on the "Submit" button.
  21. A new page should open.
  22. Click on the "I Agree" button.
  23. The security error code should be fixed.
  24. Click on the "Close" button.

Some users might also have success with the following opitons:

  1. Check your security settings
  2. Try clearing your cache and cookies
  3. Try resetting your internet connection
  4. Try disabling any antivirus or firewall software you have installed
  5. Try contacting your ISP or website administrator