This error can have several reasons: A problem with the browser. Antivirus or firewall can block access to the website. The date and time of the computer trying to access the website is incorrect. Have an untrusted SSL certificate.
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iPad Air 2, iOS 13
Posted November 24, 2019 11:58 PM
I kept getting a warning on my iPad that an SSL error occurred and could not establish a secure connection to the server.
I cannot play music that has not been downloaded from the Apple Music app, or download apps.
I tried to turn Wi-Fi off and on again on my iPad and then turn the power button off and on again. However, none of this works.
If anyone could help me, that would be great, because as a student, I have a presentation in English tomorrow and I can’t download the Apple “Pages” or Microsoft “Word” apps that I need to.
Posted November 25, 2019 9:00 AM
This issue occurs when you are trying to communicate with a secure website (https) and the SSL version used in this communication is out of date. Most, if not all, are safeMost connections today use TLS instead of SSL.
Anyway, does this only happen if you are connected to your school’s Wi-Fi network, or to a Wi-Fi network using your iPad? If this is the first, you can seek help from your school’s IT staff. For the latter, you can try the following. Stop at every step that fixes the problem.
- Restart iPad (soft reset). To do this, press and hold the Sleep / Wake button while holding the Home button. When you see the Apple logo, release both buttons. (Note: This will not delete data, applications, or change any settings.)
- Disable and then re-enable airplane mode.
- Reset Wi-Fi settings on iPad: Settings> General> Reset> Reset Network Settings.
- Perform a Reset All Settings: Settings> General> Reset> Reset All Settings.
Find Out What SSL Stands For On IPhone And How To Enable It.
Want to know what is SSL on iPhone? You couldn’t be in a better place. In this article, we’ll try to give you a clear understanding of what SSL stands for and how to enable it in emails from your iPhone (and iPad). You may know that SSL stands for “Secure Socket Layer”. Some people also call it TLS (Transport Security Layer), but don’t be confused as they both mean pretty much the same thing – TLS is what SSL did.
SSL / TLS is a cryptographic protocol that in this case creates a secure connection between two parties – a client and a server. “Secure connection” here means encrypted and authenticated communication between two terminals. All information you send and receive from iPhone email is encrypted, so your information cannot be stolen or altered by unauthorized persons. And even if someone somehow manages to get hold of the data, it will be useless, since decrypting data protected by 128/256-bit encryption is practicallyimpossible.
So, if you want to enable SSL in your iPhone’s email settings, it will do so with the emails you send and receive. That sounds good? Do I want to do this? Then we start working.
Why didn’t Apple fix the bug in Mac OS X at the same time as iOS?
This is how it should be, as Paget points out. Another former Apple employee agrees. Apparently Apple has opted instead to release the update for Mavericks as part of its 10.9.2 software update, rather than as a standalone security update (as it did previously). However, other bugs were discovered in 10.9.2 that delayed its release and jeopardized the safety of Mac users. (As mentioned above, the OSX update was released for iOS on Tuesday, four days later.)