Getting this on about 1-2% of page loads here on xenforo.com, has been happening for about 3-4 weeks now.
Ruled out both connection (happens behind VPN and happened before and after my recent ISP switch) and browser (happens on chrome too, didn't yet screenshot error but it's a totally different message), and happens on a couple of PCs with varying OSes.
Refreshing fixes it instantly.
I haven't had a chance to watch in wireshark to see what is actually happening at the packet level, but it renders the top bit of the page before quickly flitting to that error message.
Anyone else getting this?
I've had the issue happen to me a few times but from what I've gathered there are quite a few things that can set it off.
1. Clear your browser cache, cookies, etc just to be sure.
It most likely will not fix the problem permanently or even temporarily.
2. As mentioned by Jake it could be a issue with gzip.
Open a new tab and enter the following " about:config " then you'll see a warning to be careful just confirm it.
In the search bar enter " network.http.accept-encoding "http://xenforo.com/community/members/jake-bunce.9/
Make sure its value is " gzip, deflate " if not right click it and click the option to reset.
Some people report changing it to " true " can fix the problem but I would not recommend it since it's most likely going to cause more problems down the road.
3. Check your firewall especially if you're using Zone Alarm.
Removing all the added programs and resetting the defaults actually fixed it the first time for me.
4. Clear your ssl slate by going into your control panel then clicking internet options.
Once open click the content tab and click clear ssl slate.
5. Are you using a custom DNS? IE OpenNic if so turn it off to make sure.
If you don't know what I'm talking about ignore this.
6. Run a good privacy cleaning program like Advanced System Care or whatever you use to do that.
The last time it happened to me I did all of the following followed by a reboot.
I've not had the issue again in any browser and it's been a good while now.
Hope this helps you.