I checked with Opera, no problem.
I will contact your Helpdesk then, thank you.
I don't think I have any of those, I disabled a miner block and kaspersky just in case, but no joy.
Well I have not received a reply from the Helpdesk, so all I got is you guys.
Apparently this has something to do with the TLS 1.2 protocol. The weird thing is Chrome is supposed to have it activated by default. Actually it worked in my previous computer with Windows 7, it is now same Chrome version but Windows 10, that it doesn't work.The message you will read below talks about the server... but as I said, my client server seemed to work when I was using Windows 7.
The first TLS error comes from some browser add-on accessing http://www.acestream.org/ - this is a p2p video player, nothing to do with XTRF.
If that doesn't help, try switching your browser language to English, as the errors above suggests your browser is trying to access Spanish translation of the vendor portal. This should not be an issue (it will display English texts), but it''s worth trying if the cache method won't help. Please follow:
Change the language of your Chrome browser (Windows & Chromebook only)
If even that won't help, try removing the "acestream" software.
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