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https.com - Is Https down right now for everyone or me
https.com Server Status Check
Website Name: Https
URL Checked: https.com
Response Time: 0.346 ms
Last Down: unknown
Ip address:
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Https.com is UP and reachable. The website is probably down just for you...

Https Website Status History

The above graph shows the connection history for https.com. The Blue bar shows Ping time, Black bar shows Connect time and Green bar show Name Lookup time for last 10 checks. If no bar is displayed than it means that the service is down or the site was offline.

Status Date Ping Time
18-Nov-2018 09:590.346 ms.
06-Nov-2018 11:420.477 ms.
10-Oct-2018 02:340.341 ms.
07-Oct-2018 09:310.341 ms.
02-Oct-2018 05:010.529 ms.
01-Oct-2018 04:200.283 ms.
01-Oct-2018 01:300.405 ms.
27-Sep-2018 10:360.535 ms.
24-Sep-2018 01:070.404 ms.
23-Sep-2018 08:170.387 ms.
* Times displayed are PT, Pacific Time (UTC/GMT 0)

Can't Access Https - Troubleshooting Instructions

If the site is UP but you can't access the page, try one of the below instructions

Browser Related Issues/Problems

  • Try to refresh the Full Website. Press CTRL + F5 keys or CTRL + R at the same time on your favourite browser (Firefox, Chrome, Explorer, etc.)
  • Remove the temporary cookies and cache from your browser. This will ensure that you have are browsing the recent version of the website.

Check DNS Problems

The Domain Name System delegates the responsibility of assigning domain names and mapping those names to Internet resources by designating authoritative name servers for each domain. This is like a directory of phone book for websites. This service resolves the location of website on Internet. This service is available on Domain Name Servers on Internet.

  • You can try to clear local DNS cache on your computer to receive the most recent website address from your Internet Service Provider. For Windows Computer - (Start > Command Prompt > type "ipconfig /flushdns" and hit enter).
  • You can use OpenDNS or Google Public DNS. These are free public DNS services and provides excellent service. The reason to use alternate DNS is because of restriction of your ISP or DNS Server the browser is not able to resolve the website address.

Having Problems with Accessing https.com

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