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Chrome telling me a website payment page not secure - Help

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MerryMo Sat 29-Nov-14 14:58:43

The site is Boots Photo.

Just spent an age uploading a load of pics ready for printing for Xmas gifts etc. However, there is no green padlock just a yellow triangle in the bar at the top of the screen. When I hover over it - Chrome tells me the site is using outdated whatever.

Am too dubious to just input my details.

I have taken a look on explorer too but again no padlock - although its been so long since I have used explorer I cannot remember how to tell a site is secure.

So I have looked at a few other photo sites (on chrome) and they are the same on chrome. No green padlock.

Are all these sites insecure? Or has chrome gone mad? I would appreciate some help because I desperately need to get these photos sorted but am too worried at the moment.

Failing all else anyone recommend a very secure photo site for prints.

Ferguson Sat 29-Nov-14 18:55:33

Is it not possible to do the payment as a cheque, and post it to them? Some sites allow you to pay in that way.

This is a firm I used to use many years ago, before the on-line days, so everything was by mail. They are a reliable professional firm, but certainly not among the cheapest:

prh47bridge Sun 30-Nov-14 00:44:01

I'm getting a green padlock on Chrome. There is no padlock on IE but that is because of the way the site is put together rather than a security problem. Right clicking on the page and selecting properties shows that the site is secure - the connection is encrypted and the certificate is valid.

cozietoesie Sun 30-Nov-14 09:05:06

I'm getting that site as secure on all my browsers - maybe they were in the middle of updating something when you logged in yesterday so your Chrome had a moment?

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