How to Fix the HTTPS “Not Secure” Message in Chrome

Security News for All Website Owners

Google Chrome recently announced that in an upcoming update, they will be placing a “Not secure” label next to every website URL that is not using HTTPS. You can see this label near the browser’s address bar:

What does this mean for you? If your website doesn’t have a secure, encrypted connection for your visitors to use, Google Chrome will notify every visitor that your website is not secure by flagging it in the search bar.

Whether you already have a website or are about to launch one, a dedicated SSL certificate from InMotion Hosting will fix the problem. Your website will be secure and your visitors will see a “Secured” message along with a green padlock:

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Getting an SSL Certificate Is Easy

If you’re not an existing InMotion Hosting customer, contact our professional customer service team to learn how we can help get this resolved for you today.

Existing InMotion Hosting customers, simply login to your AMP (Account Management Panel) and click the “Purchase Dedicated SSL Certificate” button. Enter your website URL, then fill out the remaining fields and you’re all set. Our 24/7 professional support will ensure that your SSL certificate is installed properly.

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