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When you go to a site that uses HTTPS (connection security), the website's server uses a certificate to prove the website's identity to browsers, like Chrome. Anyone can create a certificate claiming to be whatever website they want.
To help you stay on safe on the web, Chrome requires websites to use certificates from trusted organizations.
To see whether a website is safe to visit, you can check for security info about the site. Chrome will alert you if you can’t visit the site safely or privately.
Information you send or get through the site is private. Always look at the address bar to make sure you're on the site you want to visit .
Your connection to this site is not secure.
The site isn't using a private connection. Someone might be able to see or change the information you send or get through this site.
Avoid this site.
If you see a full-page red warning screen, the site has been flagged as unsafe by Safe Browsing. Using the site will likely put your private information at risk.