Sites that do not have an SSL certificate give a not secure warning on Chrome. Such warnings are made with the aim of protecting the personal data of users.
WHAT CAUSES THE GHROME NOT SAFE ERROR?
Over time, Google has begun to attach great importance to security. In addition, Google Chrome imposes some sanctions on sites that do not have HTTP. Some sites do not comply with these sanctions. When users want to enter such sites, they encounter the “not safe” application.
Serious problems can occur due to small gaps in security. For this reason, it is very important that sites pay attention to reliability.
HOW TO FIX THE URL IS NOT SECURE ERROR?
When you enter a reliable site via Google Chrome, you will see a green padlock. In case of entering an unsafe site, this icon does not appear and users click on a small icon and go to the site they want to go to.
When this process is done, users are warned that the connection is not secure. As a result of this warning, users are prevented from accessing the site they want. It is also extremely important for the reputation of the site that the site visited via Google Chrome has a reliable phrase.
In order to eliminate this warning, sites must first obtain an SSL certificate. Many vendors provide such certificates.
After the SSL certificate is received, it is necessary to go to the web hosting panel and install the certificate. After the SSL certificate installation is complete, the URL must be changed to HTTPS.
Since HTTPS is encrypted, communication between the server and the user is secure. Chrome allows a green padlock to display that the site is trustworthy. Therefore, the traffic of the site increases.