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    • Hi Scott,

      If you own the website you need to install an SSL certificate and configure HTTPS for the site (or just the page if there are technical hurdles).

      If you are just a visitor you can’t solve that problem on your own. You need to contact the site owner and tell them its important to you that they get HTTPS so you can securely login.

  • I am on Chrome and Edge and recently whenever I log into almost anything, though it says https it says not secure before the https. What to do? We have malebytes and Norton so why are we getting this lately, especially when I am on FB? Even when I went to the mta.info site it happened. Please help! Thank you.

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