Security certificate expired on forums

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Re: Security certificate expired on forums

Postby eishiya » March 25th, 2018, 9:44 am

Google's stupid scare-warnings about HTTP sites are unfair to read-only sites that have no use at all for the security =_= That's a minority of websites (especially if measured by traffic), but that doesn't mean they should be thrown under the bus. I wish they'd keep the warning limited to sites with forms and such.

(Yeah, I'm complaining because this is basically going to lose me all the Chrome traffic on my site.)
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