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Have you ever visited a website only to be presented with an intimidating note that says the site is "not secure"?


Why "not secure" ?

The reason you are seeing the "Not Secure" warning is because your website you is not providing an encrypted connection. When the browser connects to a website it can either use the HTTP (insecure) or HTTPS (secure). If a site's URL begins with HTTP, it means the connection is insecure, which triggers the “Not Secure” warning.

Version 68 of the Google Chrome browser introduced a new "Not Secure" warning in the address bar that appears any time you are visiting an insecure web page. The "Not Secure" warning means there is a lack of security for the connection to that page. It's alerting you that information sent and received with that page is unprotected and it could potentially be stolen, read or modified by attackers, hackers and entities with access to internet infrastructure (like Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and governments). The “Not Secure” warning does not mean that your computer or the site you are visiting is affected by malware. It only serves to alert you that you do not have a secure connection with that page.

Website owners have a responsibility to secure their site, and although site visitors cannot change a “Not Secure” warning, they can request that site owners implement security measures. This article will cover what is behind the "Not Secure" warning and what site owners and visitors can do to fix it.

All major web browsers — including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Apple Safari — have a user interface that will warn users about insecure pages, so it is important to support HTTPS both for the security benefits and for the optimal user experience. In addition, many new web technologies require HTTPS, and some of these can improve performance on your website.. Here's what the “Not Secure” sign looks like in Chrome, Safari and Firefox.

  • "Not Secure" warning in Chrome:

  • "Not Secure" warning in Safari:

  • "Not Secure" warning in Firefox:

How to Fix it?

If you are seeing this warning on a site you own or operate, you should resolve it by enabling the HTTPS protocol for your site. HTTPS uses the TLS/SSL protocol to provide a secure connection, which is both encrypted and authenticated. Using HTTPS requires that you obtain a TLS/SSL certificate(s), and then you can install that certificate and enable the HTTPS protocol on your web server.
You can start by choosing the right type of SSL certificate to help you figure out which TLS certificate you need. We got a great tool to help you with this, check it below.


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