Error Message shown in the middle of transaction using Google Chrome

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Hello,

I’m in the middle of a transaction on when this unfriendly Error Message  “Server has a weak ephemeral Diffie-Hellman public key” appeared.

 

Server has a weak ephemeral Diffie-Hellman public
key
 
This error can occur when connecting to a secure (HTTPS) server. It means that the server is trying to set up a secure connection
but, due to a disastrous misconfiguration, the connection wouldn't be secure at all!
 
In case the server needs to be fixed. Chrome won't use insecure connections in order to protect your privacy.
 
Here are some suggestion:
 
Learn more about this problem.
 
Error 129 (net: ERR_SSL_WEAK_SERVER_EPHEMERAL_DH_KEY): SSL protocol error.

I’m using Google Chrome and already logged in site so there ought to be no problem. ‘Some suggestions’ is to ‘Learn more’ about it.

Does anyone have a quick fix?

Thanks.

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Best Answer by Carl Jack
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Answered By 0 points N/A #144703

Error Message shown in the middle of transaction using Google Chrome

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Hello Mike,

The error you are getting can occur in the event where you could be  trying to connect to a secure (HTTPS) server.

It implies that the server is attempting to setup a secure connection, however, as a result of a disastrous misconfiguration, the connection will not be secure at all.

The server therefore needs to be fixed. Note that Chrome will not be able to use insecure connections in order to protect your privacy. There is  "disastrous misconfiguration" on their site.

What you will need to do is try emailing them to let them give them details about the issue.

Regards,

Carl

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #144705

Error Message shown in the middle of transaction using Google Chrome

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Hello,

unfortunately,there is no "Quick Fix" to his problem because it involves the clash of information bits.

Such websites like you are using have 128, 256 and maximum 512 bit of information while your browser Google chrome has a higher encryption standard like a massive 1024 cypher bit key.

Website owners can increase their standards to 1024 high bits to get on level with Chrome and Firefox connections to the servers responding positively.

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