How to fix Server’s certificate has been revoked in Chrome

How to fix Server's certificate has been revoked in chrome

Fix Server’s certificate has been revoked in chrome (NET::ERR_CERT_REVOKED): The main issue with the certificate revocation in chrome is that the client machine is being blocked from contacting the revocation servers for getting the website SSL certificate. To pass the certification check the client machine needs to connect to at least one revocation server and if in any case, it doesn’t connect then you will see the error Server’s certificate has been revoked in chrome.

fix Server's certificate has been revoked in chrome

Fix Date and Time, If your computer’s clock is set to a date or time that is after the website’s certificate expired, you can change your clock settings. Click the date in the bottom right corner of your computer’s Desktop. Click “Change date and time settings” to open the Date and Time setting window.

Fix Server’s certificate has been revoked in Chrome (NET::ERR_CERT_REVOKED):

Method 1: Run Microsoft Essentials

1. Download Microsoft Essentials or Windows Defender.

2. Boot your PC into safe mode and run Microsoft Essentials or Windows Defender.

uncheck safe boot option

3. Restart to apply changes.

4. If above doesn’t help then download Microsoft safety scanner.

5. Again boot into safe mode and run Microsoft Safety Scanner.

Method 2: Run Anti-Malware from Malwarebytes

You may be facing the Server’s certificate has been revoked error in Chrome due to virus or malware infection on your system. Due to virus or malware attack, the certificate file may become corrupted due to which the Antivirus program on your system might have deleted the certificate file. So you need to run either your Antivirus software or we recommend to run Malwarebytes and let it scan your system for harmful files.

Click on Scan Now once you run the Malwarebytes Anti-Malware

Method 3: Reset TCP/IP and flush DNS

1. Right-click on Windows button and select “Command Prompt (Admin).

Right-click on Windows Button and select Command Prompt (Admin)

2. Type this in cmd:

netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt

netsh ip reset

Note: If you don’t want to specify a directory path then type this command: netsh int ip reset

netsh int ip reset

3. Again type the following into cmd:

ipconfig /release

ipconfig /flushdns

ipconfig /renew

Flush DNS

4. Finally, restart your PC to apply changes.

Method 4: Disable the security warning

1. Type control in Windows Search then click on Control Panel from the search result.

Open Control Panel by searching for it in the Start Menu search

2. From Control Panel click on  “Network and Internet“, and then click on “Network and Sharing Center“.

Note: If the “View by” is set to Large icons then you can directly click on Network and Sharing Center.

Under Control Panel, locate Network and Sharing Center

3. Now click on “Internet Options” under the See also window panel.

Click on Internet Options under Network and Sharing Center

4. Select the Advanced tab and navigate to Security subheading.

5. UncheckCheck for publisher’s certificate revocation” and “Check for server certificate revocation” options.

uncheck check for publishers certificate revocation

6. Reboot your PC to save changes.

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That’s it if you have successfully fix Server’s certificate has been revoked in chrome (NET::ERR_CERT_REVOKED). If you still have any question regarding this post feel free to ask them in comments. Help your family and friends by sharing this post on the social network.

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Aditya Farrad

Aditya is a self-motivated information technology professional and has been a technology writer for the last 7 years. He covers Internet services, mobile, Windows, software, and How-to guides.

8 Comments

  1. None of these steps have anything to do with Chrome’s revocation checking, which cannot be turned off.

  2. Only method 4 worked for me… but the fix reduces the security of my system. Is there a hypothesis of why is this last step the one which is working? Does it have to do with the certificate in the site / server that I’m trying to access? (as it is my site)

    Thanks.

  3. This is a solution when the issue is @ CERT cache level:

    Best

  4. Hi,
    All these things didn’t work for me, I fixed the issue going to setting in chrome-Privacy and security, and uncheck Protect you and your device from dangerous sites and then I checked it again and it solved my issue. I hope this help.

  5. @jcorteg This solution worked for me.
    On Windows, I ran this command:
    certutil -urlcache * delete

    1. Thank you so much KP

  6. This will work

    1) Go to view local services
    2)Disable Visual Discovery
    3)Enjoy

  7. Mohammad AbedAlrazeq

    hello
    try this
    open run and type
    certutil -urlcache * delete
    inter

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