NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID in Google Chrome browser

When I try to open mu site on Google Chrome browser it says that connection is not secure and for some reason shows server ip address in address box. If I tried to proceed it anyway it gets error for too many redirects. My site open just fine in all other browsers I tested it. How to solve this?

That domain does not exist. Did your site load fine on HTTPS before you used Cloudflare?

Sorry, my mistake, I make a mistake, it’s

I don’t know, I never test it before. I use Cloudflare from the beginning. It’s a new site.

Can you pause Cloudflare?

OK, I pause it.

You can unpause again.

You have an Origin certificate and your configuration should be all right.

Just make sure you are using Full Strict and your site should be okay.

Yes, I use Full strict. I unpause it, but have same error on Google Chrome. I don’t know why only on Chrome. It works fine on other browsers.

Interestingly, your server seems to redirect some user agents to its IP address.

$ curl -I
HTTP/2 301
location: https://X.X.X.X/

Check your server configuration, it may only happen with Chrome and a few other user agents. With Firefox it loads fine.

Same issue on Sitemeer

There’s a 301, whereas for me the site actually loads.

I don’t know what cause this issues. I check error logs and see this:
2022/12/19 15:14:30 [crit] 2939#0: *3410 SSL_do_handshake() failed (SSL: error:141CF06C:SSL routines:tls_parse_ctos_key_share:bad key share) while SSL handshaking

It doesn’t even seem to be user agent related but rather something about the request headers, but unfortunately that is beyond the scope of the forum here.

I would recommend you contact your web developer on that or ask on a forum such a StackExchange or Reddit. The issue is not related to Cloudflare.

I fixed it just by update aapanel on the vm instance server and now It opens fine. Can you check that everything is fine now on your end?

It still loads fine in the browser, but the non-browser redirect is still being sent. Best to discuss this with your web developer.

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