The error you're encountering in Google Chrome when trying to access is likely due to an SSL/TLS certificate issue. The error message indicates that the website has sent unusual or incorrect credentials, which may mean that the SSL/TLS certificate is misconfigured, expired, or invalid.

Here are a few steps to help diagnose and potentially resolve the issue:

Check the SSL/TLS Certificate

  1. Visit the website using another browser (e.g., Firefox, Safari, or Edge) to see if the issue persists across different browsers. If the issue occurs only in Chrome, try clearing your browser cache and cookies before attempting to access the site again.

  2. Use an SSL checker tool like SSL Labs' SSL Server Test to analyze the SSL/TLS certificate for the domain. This tool will provide detailed information about the certificate's validity, expiration date, chain of trust, and any potential misconfigurations.

Contact the Website Administrator

If you're the owner or administrator of the website, investigate the SSL/TLS certificate issue based on the information provided by the SSL checker tool. You may need to:

  • Renew an expired SSL/TLS certificate.
  • Reinstall the certificate if it's misconfigured.
  • Ensure that the certificate is correctly chained to a trusted root certificate authority (CA).
  • Verify that the domain name in the certificate matches the domain you're trying to access.

If you're not the website owner or administrator, consider reaching out to the website's support or administrative team to inform them of the SSL/TLS certificate issue you're experiencing. They can take the necessary steps to resolve the issue.

Bypass the Warning (Not Recommended)

While it's generally not recommended, you can bypass the SSL/TLS warning in Chrome to access the website at your own risk. Keep in mind that doing so may expose your connection to potential security threats, such as man-in-the-middle attacks.

To bypass the warning:

  1. On the warning page, click "Advanced."
  2. Click "Proceed to (unsafe)."

Remember that bypassing the warning should only be done if you're fully aware of the risks involved and trust the website in question.