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Error code: SSL_ERROR_RX_RECORD_TOO_LONG

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I've unfortunately encountered this error over the course of two days randomly. The website will work for an hour, and then I'll get this error, so on and so forth. Microsoft Edge has the same issue, my phone's browsers have the same issue (DuckDuckGo, Chrome), but from all of my research, the website is fine. My roommate's phone connects to the site just fine.

I've read a lot of conflicting information on what to do about this error, and clearly waiting it out doesn't seem right since it appears to be entirely on my end. Restarting doesn't help, reinstalling Mozilla doesn't help, I'm out of ideas.

The website is responds to pings and appears to be online on other devices (just not my own), other websites work fine, so I'm completely lost.

Any information on what to do next, let me know.

I've unfortunately encountered this error over the course of two days randomly. The website will work for an hour, and then I'll get this error, so on and so forth. Microsoft Edge has the same issue, my phone's browsers have the same issue (DuckDuckGo, Chrome), but from all of my research, the website is fine. My roommate's phone connects to the site just fine. I've read a lot of conflicting information on what to do about this error, and clearly waiting it out doesn't seem right since it appears to be entirely on my end. Restarting doesn't help, reinstalling Mozilla doesn't help, I'm out of ideas. The website is responds to pings and appears to be online on other devices (just not my own), other websites work fine, so I'm completely lost. Any information on what to do next, let me know.
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Neat. I had Kaspersky for a period of time, but I've since removed it, and I'm still facing this issue. I currently have Malwarebytes and AdBlockPlus, and that's it really.

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I still haven't found a clear solution, as it's only this one website.

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I've tried virtually everything, and nothing has worked yet. I don't know if just unplugging the modem will do anything since it works on other devices, just not my phone or my computer. Odd

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Start Firefox in Safe Mode {web link}

A small dialog should appear. Click Start In Safe Mode (not Refresh). Is the problem still there?


Start your Computer in safe mode with network support. Then start Firefox. Try Secure websites. Is the problem still there?

http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Linux+Safe+Mode Starting Any Computer In Safe Mode; Free Online Encyclopedia

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Tried, same results. I reinstalled Firefox, deleted all of my extensions, etc. Nothing changed.

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I called for more help.