I had a couple of sites WHILE USING CHROME (not on other browsers) where I received a security certificate warning. Yodlee was the most troubling.
For those who do not know, the security certificate indicates if the site is encrypted. On Chrome, you see it as a picture of a green lock (encrypted), lock with a yellow caution sign (you may have protection but not wise to use) and/or a big red X (suggesting the site is not protected at all).
Google has recently issued this warning to sites indicating that Chrome will be upgrading its security certificate. If the site does not accept this or has been slow to change, Chrome will show it as not being safe to enter i.e. not properly encrypted. The yellow caution sign is the first warning. Here is the link from Google indicating the sunsetting of certain certificates. Google Online Security Blog: Gradually sunsetting SHA-1
My question is for those using Google Chrome, have you begun to notice sites that are no longer "safe". I attached a picture of the lock with the yellow caution sign that appears in the address bar so you will know exactly what it looks like. The other indicator is a big red X, with a red line through the letters https also in the address bar .
Are you seeing sites with these warnings in Chrome? Thanks