Fix Not Secure in Chrome website Issue

Google has updated its Chrome Browser to show website as NOT SECURE if the website/pages contains password and credit card form fields which are not protected with an SSL/TLS certificate.

Website owners and administrators now needs to use Always-On SSL or the HTTPS Everywhere concept to fix the Not Secure in Chrome.

When you install the SSL/TLS certificate properly the “not secure” warning will disappear and be replaced by a SECURE green lock icon with https:// green bar.

If you are on  tight budget You can use Free SSL certificate provided by :

  1. CloudFlare
  2. Letsencrypt



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