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    I don't know if this is a new development, or if I just noticed this. In the address bar where it shows the site's address, it says "Not secure" to the left of the address. If anyone has any info on this I would appreciate it.

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    Originally posted by Don Mega View Post
    I don't know if this is a new development, or if I just noticed this. In the address bar where it shows the site's address, it says "Not secure" to the left of the address. If anyone has any info on this I would appreciate it.
    I don't see this. What browser (and version) are you using?

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      In Chrome, if the site is http vs https, "Not secure" shows at the beginning of the address bar. I believe you need to get an SSL certificate to stop it from showing up.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by go riders View Post

        I don't see this. What browser (and version) are you using?
        I'm using Chrome. It sounds like Oracle has seen this type of thing before, and that this is a normal occurrence.

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        • #5
          Renewing cert tonight. Should be ok in a while

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Oracle View Post
            In Chrome, if the site is http vs https, "Not secure" shows at the beginning of the address bar. I believe you need to get an SSL certificate to stop it from showing up.
            And how would I go about doing that?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Fizz View Post

              And how would I go about doing that?
              Sorry, I was unclear. The site owner needs to renew his certificate, then the site's visitors who are using Chrome as their browser will no longer get the "Not secure" warning in their address bar.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Oracle View Post

                Sorry, I was unclear. The site owner needs to renew his certificate, then the site's visitors who are using Chrome as their browser will no longer get the "Not secure" warning in their address bar.
                Thanks

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