All of a sudden, when clicking on links to event registration pages in Chrome, the browser shows this message, "The connection to events.r20.constantcontact.com is not secure." It displays this message even if the url already starts with "https" or you change the url to "https." The registration pages themselves appear to be secure and display the "lock" and an "https" address if you continue past the warning. Is anyone else having this issue and is there a solution? This only seems to happen in Chrome, but it happens across different machines, so it appears to be a Chrome issue and not something specific to a particular computer.
Hello @BrianT74 ,
Is there a particular extension, ad-blocker, or pop-up blocker you have installed on Chrome that's uniform across all its devices (such as uBlock or AdBlock Plus)? Does the error page offer you to safelist / allow the link to open?
No, there are no blockers or extensions. Nothing has changed as far as browser settings are concerned. I was not receiving this warning in December. This just started today.
Also, the landing page has not been activated for the event. The link goes directly to the registration page (form) if you click past the warning. The actual registration page displays the secure "lock" and has an "https" address once you reach it.
Does this issue occur with other tracked links in emails you send through us? For example, if you add a text, image, or button link to an email (any link will do) and send it to yourself (an actual live send, not a test), are you able to open that link in Chrome without getting the warning?
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