Cannot Access Secure Sites – Https websites not opening [Fixed]


Cannot Access Secure Sites


Can’t login or connect to secured Web sites. It doesn’t openwhen I try to open banking or email websites. Please help me how do i fix that?

Solved Answer

Here on this page, you will learn how to solve this secured websites not opening problem. There might be many reasons behind that. We’re going to give you appropriate steps below, please follow the steps to solve this problem.


  1. Re-register following dll files
    • Click on Start button and go to Run (Press and Hold windows key + press once R key)
    • Copy the following one line and paste it into run box one by one and press enter
    • Register all the dll files as same.

    Cannot access secure websites (1)

regsvr32 urlmon.dll
regsvr32 wintrust.dll
regsvr32 initpki.dll
regsvr32 dssenh.dll
regsvr32 rsaenh.dll
regsvr32 gpkcsp.dll
regsvr32 sccbase.dll
regsvr32 slbcsp.dll
regsvr32 cryptdlg.dll
regsvr32 shdocvw.dll
regsvr32 mshtml.dll
regsvr32 browseui.dll
regsvr32 jscript.dll
regsvr32 vbscript.dll
regsvr32 oleaut32.dll
regsvr32 softpub.dll
regsvr32 urlmon.dll
regsvr32 actxprxy.dll

  • Check Security settings under trusted sites zone in internet explorer
    • Open Internet explorer and click on Tools menu and go to Internet option, then expand Security tab
    • Tool menu >> Internet Option >> Security Tab >> Click on trusted Sites >> and then click on default level
    • Add Secured website as your trusted website, under security tab click on trusted sites and then Sites button will be activated click on that add button your website what do you want.
    • then do apply and OK to get effect the changed.

    Cannot access secure websites (5)


  • Check the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) slate.
    • Open Internet explorer and click on Tools menu and go to Internet option, then choose Content tab.
    • Tool menu >> Internet Option >> content Tab >> Click on Clear SSL State
    • You will get a message that the SSL cache was cleared Successfully, click on OK

    Cannot access secure websites (4)


  • Check that Internet Explorer set as default to use both SSL state >> SSL 2.0 and SSL 3.0
    • Open Internet explorer and click on Tools menu and go to Internet option, then expand advanced tab
    • Tool menu >> Internet Option >> Advanced Tab >> then Under security >> SSL2.0 and SSL3.0 both should be checked. (If those were not checked so please make them checked and click on OK.

    Cannot access secure websites (3)
    Cannot access secure websites (2)

  • Check your computer date and time.
    • Check your date and time because it might a possibility if date and time are not correct. Correct your date and time
    • Click on Start and go to control panel and find the tool name as DATE & TIME, and Set your current time




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  1. Anwar says

    Very nice sir and thanks for solved my problem.

  2. sande evans says

    I took Silverlight off and it’s working like a gem now!!!

  3. Gracey says

    Oh geez! Thank you so much. Now my Chrome is working yay!

  4. mole says

    I have been having this problem with IE9 and a https site. Noticed in the above screen shots that TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 not checked. Both of mine were.Unchecked both and problem solved.Checked TLS1.1 still OK. Checked TLS1.2 and site became blocked. Unchecked and site became active again. Well you live and learn.

    1. André Pereira says

      Same to me… the blocked https sites in IE11 were allowed ONLY when I UNchecked the TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 options of IE11.
      When RESET the IE settings, etc, the become enabled again… This 2 options MUST be disabled!

  5. An Innocent says

    My PC connected to an administrator at my office. I am unable to open social networking sites and some stuff. It was blocked and access is denied.
    Please help me solving this issue…………

    1. Techexpert says

      Hi, It seems like, it blocked by “Internet Firewall”. Could you please tell us: Are you facing the same issue on another computers on same network?

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  7. shirish says

    wonderfulll resolved my problem

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  9. Rype says

    Thanks for this, my issue has been fixed… Who would have thought all it was was the date lol

  10. tech know phobia says

    Thanks mate! Passed this along to all my fellow techs….

  11. Lavanya says

    Thanks. The date had got changed. Fixed now.

  12. Abhijeet says

    What if I can’t register dll files on my laptop?

  13. Diana says

    Hi! I have the same problem, but I think the network connection might be at fault because I’m facing the same problem on different computers. I also tried changing the firewall settings, the date and time on the pc and several other methods. But nothing seems to work. :'(
    I tried this method as well, but for some of the dll files it says that ‘the module failed to load’.

  14. Marek says

    Hi, may it is not relative but in our enviroment, this error was caused by SAP Single sing on process). Solution: terminate process sbus.exe and that is it is fixed.

  15. Dave says

    regsvr32 dll bits fixed this issue on Win7 after migrating a user profile to a domain profile.
    The problem affected https ssl secure sites on both Chrome and IE
    Not all dll’s exist on win7, but method still works.



    1. Techexpert says

      Please explain which antivirus you had to uninstall which was cause of this problem, so that other users can get the exact solution of this problem.

  17. Luke says

    try turning off SSL 2.0 in Internet Options advanced and turning on SSL 3.0 – worked for me

  18. sachin kumar says

    Thanks Luke it worked for me too u saved my Day

  19. says

    Wow it works !!

  20. Amit Samota says

    Great Work . Only website where the actual problems solution was given. I wasted my 2 hours checking solutions but only this worked for me .
    Thanks a ton.

    1. Techexpert says


  21. john says

    I’ve checked all the suggestions above, still not working. I can access some https sites like but not others like or

    I’m on a laptop with windows 10.

    I used to be able to access these sites, not sure what automatic update broke this but I have done the following:
    cleared SSL
    regsvr32 on DLL files listed
    checked system time
    checked SSL and TLS settings. only have SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.2 checked
    (I don’t have an SSL 2.0 line to check in advanced – security, only a line for SSL 3.0)
    added websites to trusted sites

    1. Techexpert says

      In which browser do you have this problem?

      1. john says

        having the problem in all of these – Microsoft edge, internet explorer, chrome and Firefox

        also using windows defender, Super AntiSpyWare Pro and Malware Bytes Anti-Malware.

        1. Techexpert says

          Did you tried all these steps which is given in this page above?

          1. john says

            yes, I tried all the steps above as well as steps below:
            netsh int ip reset
            netsh winsock reset
            and restart computer

            any additional ideas would be greatly appreciate.

            also if there is any way to trace internal messaging to see if I’m sending out the right info, timing out or something else.


          2. Techexpert says

            Are all the HTTPS’s sites not working? I think it is related to DNS. Try to change your dns to normal, maybe this will help.

  22. p-a says

    my problem was a bad sector in the hard drive.

  23. Milan says

    Will this fix work for windows XP?

    1. Techexpert says

      Yes, it is for xp as well.

  24. Hamid Rahimi says

    I solved it!!!!!!
    go to: internet option\advenced
    then scroll down to see these items:
    Use TLS 1.0
    Use TLS 1.1
    Use TLS 1.2

    click them (make checked)
    alert!!! do not leave them unchecked!
    now click apply and click OK.

    now is better to make an restart your system!
    I test it wihtout restart and it works GOOOOOOOOOOOD!!!!!

    open IE and enter an HTTPS address! it must be OK!

    1. Lynn says

      Yahoo! It worked. Only option I have tried that has. Thanks much!

    2. Anonymous says

      You are ******** awesome!!! Thank you very much

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  26. zonert says

    it was the date for me

  27. I Tried Every Option Also Rested My Windows Vista But Not Working Help.

    1. Techexpert says

      Sure, we’ll help you. Could you please explain in detail about the problem that you’re facing on your computer?

  28. Patrick Meehan says

    Could you please correct some of the grammar mistakes on here. Some of what I read did not make much sense to me and would kindly ask if you would please take a look at what was written on this site and find any issues with grammar. Thanks!

    1. Techexpert says

      Thank you so much for letting us know about it. We’ll fix it up as soon as possible.

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