How to Fix: Sec_Error_Ocsp_Future_Response Error [Firefox, Chrome]?

Some time back Chrome and Firefox users complained about sec_error_ocsp_future_response error. Sadly, this error still exists. This is a Pop up that appears when you try to open webpages on Chrome and Firefox.

Sometimes people avoid the certificate errors on Chrome but it is not considered a good practice particularly if you share sensitive information. We know that this error can be quite frustrating. The good thing is that you are available with multiple ways to get rid of this error. So, if you wish to discover how to fix sec_error_ocsp_future_response on Windows 10 and 11. 

How to Fix Error Code Sec_Error_Ocsp_Future_Response?

1) Switch to Another Browser

Switch to Another Browser

If you are experiencing issues in opening your web pages on Firefox permanently, then you must consider changing to Opera. The features of this browser are very impressive and there is a guarantee that you won't encounter this error code on Opera.

This browser outweighs well-known plugins that include Firefox and Chrome. Some of its enhancements are a built-in VPN, My Flow, integrated messenger, and video pop-up. Because of an inbuilt ad-blocker, your web pages will load quickly and you won't get bothered by unnecessary images and advertisements.

This software also has many inbuilt packages like tabs management, battery saving, and task development. All these things are wrapped up in an easy-to-use interface. 

2) Update Your Web Browser

Update Your Web Browser

Below are the steps that you need to follow to update your browser. 

Step 1: Launch your Firefox browser. 

Step 2: Select the open menu button of your Firefox browser. In order to open further menu options, select the Help option. 

Step 3: After that, choose the About Firefox option. 

Step 4: Press the button of Restart to Update Firefox.

Step 5: You can encounter a sec_error_ocsp_future_response error when you run an outdated version of your browser. Please ensure that you follow the steps mentioned above to update your Chrome browser. 

  • Go to the Menu button and then select Help. After that, choose the option "About Google Chrome". 
  • Wait for the updates to get downloaded. 
  • After that, restart your internet browser. 

3) Check Date and Time in Windows 10

Check Date and Time in Windows 10

Step 1: Press the Windows and S keys simultaneously. 

Step 2: After that, you need to enter the keyword Time in the search area. Then, select Change Data and Time. 

Step 3: Turn on the option of "Select Date and Time automatically". 

Step 4: Restart your laptop or computer. 

Step 5: Select the button Change in order to change the Time and Date settings manually. 

Step 6: Press the button of Change and restart Windows. 

4) Disable the OCSP Verification

Disable the OCSP Verification  

Below are the steps that you need to follow in order to turn off OCSP verification. 

Step 1: Open Firefox. 

Step 2: Select the Menu button and then click on Settings. 

Step 3: Select Privacy and Security on the tab given on the left. Go down to the option of Query OCSP responder server to confirm the present validity of the certificates and then turn it off. 

Step 4: Close Firefox and then restart it.

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