posted on Sep, 17 2016 @ 04:09 AM
So using Chrome, suddenly today several websites are showing up as not secure. Urls begin with an i with a circle around it, and upon clicking it,
Chrome says, "your connection to this site is not secure." I've also noticed that the urls that are automatically offered as auto-fill options as I
begin to type in the url bar are now blue instead of black text.
I know ATS is not an https site anyway, but this is still a new behavior for my browser, and as far as I know there wasn't an update for it or
I've run MS Security Essentials, Junkware Removal Tool, AdAware, and HitmanPro 3. No threats detected. Should I be concerned? Or is this just likely
something that is down to SSL weirdness or my browser updating to display something transparently that was previously concealed (since non https sites
wouldn't display as fully secure anyway, right? It's just the symbol denoting it that is new, presumably. Https:// sites remain secure, so... )
edit on 9/17/2016 by AceWombat04 because: .