ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID appeared in Chrome basically due to the SSL errors, which is used for security and privacy reasons. In fact, SSL technology provides security protection to the sensitive data you enter on the websites when they require or collect sensitive information.

In this article, some steps will be discussed and will help you to solve ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID privacy error in Chrome. But, we will also get some information so that we can avoid this problem in the future.

Make Sure Correct Date & Time

This is the first step to solving privacy error in Chrome. The Chrome might update some bugs and if the date is wrong, there would be errors.

->Control Panel > Clock, Language, and Region


Clear Cache & Data

Sometimes, Corrupted cache or cookie can cause similar problems in chrome.

->Press Ctrl+H and click on Clear Browsing Data.

->Clear and see if it works.

Check Proxy Settings

Proxy settings have a direct impact on browsing. Any misconfiguration can stop you to visit any websites.

->Click on Start button, type inetcpl.cpl and press enter to open Internet Properties.

->Find Connections tab, check Automatically detect settings and other options should remain unchecked.

->See if it solves this privacy error.

Find Out Problematic Extensions 

Go to incognito mode to access that website. If everything is fine in incognito mode, then you can guess that there are one or more extensions which is/are creating this problem. So, your first duty is to find out the culprit.

->Disable all the extension.

->Activate the extension one by one to find out the problematic one and delete.

Ask for a Support

If you still cannot fix the privacy error in Chrome, ask for a support from the Google forum or use a reliable privacy protector. Neptune SystemCare Ultimate is a good option. Incorporating tools and features to erase all the traces of any computer operation, prevent data scoops, shred the files for good and block password breaking via Password Generator, so you do not have to fear about the privacy error and advance to the website.

Do not disable the SSL warning. After all, it is aimed to protect your information from being stolen.