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Why Does Safari Say “Not Secure” for Some Webpages on iPhone, iPad, or Mac?

[2019-03-29 07:02:53]

If you’re a Safari user who recently updated iOS or MacOS, you may occasionally run into a “Not Secure” message near the top of the screen when viewing some websites or while browsing the web. That ‘Not Secure’ text is simply a notification from Safari that the webpage or website is using HTTP, rather than ...

Why Does Safari Say “Not Secure” for Some Webpages on iPhone, iPad, or Mac?


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