Google Chrome security settings

  Quacko 19:50 13 Oct 08

I like the look of Chrome but have hit a problem that stops me making it my default browser. When I try to log on to or sign into websites that run on secure pages, such as my bank, I get this message: SSL Protocol Alert
The SSL protocol version that your browser uses is SSLv2 and it is not compatible with the server
Please try the following:
Check the SSL protocol settings on your browser for SSLv3/TLSv1 protocol support and enable the
Under Chrome's "Options", however, the choice seems to be between SSLv2 and nothing. Or have I missed something?

  T I M B O 19:55 13 Oct 08

Chrome still a beta i think, i think the best at this moment is Firefox

click here

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