"Your browser is out of date! Update your browser to view this website correctly."


Just ran into this today. I can access the same websites no problem on Firefox but on Chrome latest (version 120.0.6099.130) for some reason it’s thinking the browser is out of date. Clearing cache didn’t help. Windows 10 fully updated.

As of today 20/12, that version will be rolling out, https://chromereleases.googleblog.com/, google thinks the current version for Windows, macOS, Linux is 121.0.6167.16 / 13 December 2023, https://chromereleases.googleblog.com/. If it does not clear up, you should contact the site owner to see if there is something wrong with the site.

Can you share the domain name here and we can also test to see if we can reproduce?

It seems to be a localized issue to this one computer, as another one of mine I just tried updating Chrome to the latest version (120.0.6099.130) and the site can be accessed.

Can you share the domain name here and we can also test to see if we can reproduce?

Haha I had omitted that in my original post as it is quite an NSFW website, being https://xhamster.com/
I suspect this other post I found may be similar.

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Thank you, it does sound localized. And thank you for the nsfw warning.

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If it is indeed localized to my PC, what are my options? Obviously clearing the browser cache and restarting the PC haven’t worked for me.

I think start by disabling all extensions. If that works, enable them one by one to figure out which one.

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Ah well that is rather embarrassing. I simply had to disable my uBlock Origin extension on the Cloudflare error page. Doing that allowed the Captcha to appear and then let me pass. Re-enabling the extension is fine afterwards. Seems like the “browser out of date” error was a bit of a red herring.

I didn’t think that an extension would effect it otherwise I would have simply done it myself. Thank you for the advice and discussion. I seem to be all set now.

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