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Why does Chrome think that my website is HTTPS?

Chrome connects to HTTPS first Chrome tries to connect to the secured 443 port first. It gets the public certificate and then validates the certificate against a domain authority, (the site that gave ...
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Why does Chrome think that my website is HTTPS?

How is it that my router is just a not-secure http website, but the web site I've built is a failed https web site? My website host (using nginx) returns a SSL certificate for the host. It is not ...
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Why does Chrome think that my website is HTTPS?

Chrome (like other browsers) now defaults to https. Better Security When Using HTTPS As announced on the Chromium Blog, Chrome's address bar will use https:// by default. This will be available from ...
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