This is part of Google’s initiative to make the web more secure.
If you’re seeing the Not Secure error, it likely means that your site doesn’t have an SSL certificate and is not using the HTTPS protocol.
The notification does not mean that your site is compromised or not functioning correctly.24 Jul 2018
What does it mean when it says website not secure?
The reason you are seeing the “Not Secure” warning is because the web page or website you are visiting is not providing a secure connection. When your Chrome browser connects to a website it can either use the HTTP (insecure) or HTTPS (secure). Any page providing an HTTP connection will cause the “Not Secure” warning.20 Jul 2018
What does website not secure mean on safari?
By seeing the ‘Not Secure” Safari message on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac you are simply being informed by Safari that the website or webpage being visited is using HTTP rather than HTTPS, or perhaps that HTTPS is misconfigured at some technical level.29 Mar 2019
Why does my iPhone say website not secure?
HTTPS means that all communication over the Internet for that page is encrypted and prevents any unscrupulous third-party from seeing or mutating the content of the page. The “Not Secure” message will appear when the current web page is not HTTPS.26 Mar 2019
How do I make my website secure?
- Keep your website up to date.
- Use security software or plugins.
- Prevent users from uploading files.
- Install an SSL certificate.
- Use HTTPS encryption.
- Create secure passwords.
- Hide your admin folders.
- Keep error messages simple.
19 Jul 2019