Chrome points out pages that do not have https as "not secure". It is not a problem at all, but I'm confused because the hubages domain is https and not http.
True. The URLs show as "https", yet Chrome is still saying "not secure". Odd.
Can you share a URL? I use Chrome too and do not see this. You cal also click that non secure message and get more details if I am not mistaken.
I'll try to work up the energy today to do a photo gallery. Yep, I clicked to see the "non secure" message and saw the details. The message was not pretty. Aside from the hacking potential, it could also scare off visitors.
Well, conversation time. I went out into the world again today. Jeez, things have really gone to hell.
A. Still empty shelves all over the place.
B. Signs all over the place, "No mask. No Service."
C. Signs all over the place, "Temporarily closed due to COVID, etc..." (paraphrased)
D. Signs all over the place, "Permanently closed, for lease" (paraphrased)
E. Witnessed people being thrown out of places for not wearing masks.
Managed to get home with my half-dozen errands accomplished. Uber a shambles. Yellow Taxi came through big time; I will remember that.
OK, let's see what I can do about my promised "photo gallery". Stay tuned, I plan results within an hour.
I did a quick scan, most fixed, but why no acknowledgement from HP? Found one still rermaing, will print screen that, still looking around.
I have noticed the "not secure" thing for several weeks now. I am sorry it took me so long to post about it.
Now that I did post about it, it suddenly got mostly fixed. Yet no acknowledgement as to my "good dead for the year" as to bringing it to HP's attention. I'm not even saying it is HP's fault. HP glitch? Google glitch? Who knows? Who cares?
An apparent congrats on getting it mostly fixed.
I did find an at-least-remaining one. Am posting it to show I did not make the whole thing up. @HP we both know many of your URLs were doing this:
Found as of this post: https://misc123456789abc.blogspot.com/2 … -post.html
I just checked this article and there is no issue or not anymore. I had 39 cookies from Axel addict damn you've got a lot. Ghostery blocks quite a few for me I'm guessing.
Funny you mentioned cookies. Chrome recently informed me I have over 2,000 of them on my computer. That's right, 2,000.
Meanwhile, I noticed I said "good dead for the year" on a previous post, when I meant "good deed for the year". I really hate when that happens.
Yep, killed the 2,000 cookies. Less than a day later, 180+ new ones showed up. What a fishbowl we live in.
This really kind of bothers me that I was not acknowledged by HP on this. HP has no idea how grateful I am for all HP has done for me.
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