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Updated Apple Devices Display ‘Not Secure’ in Safari

[2019-03-29 12:28:59]

If you’ve updated to iOS 12.2 and/or macOS 14.4, you’ve probably seen a ‘Not Secure’ message in the Safari address bar. OSXDaily explains. 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. Ironically, as the article points out OSXDaily is itself not secure.

Updated Apple Devices Display ‘Not Secure’ in Safari


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