I moved into an apartment while I am working away on a contract, the apartment has a laundry operated by an outside vendor and uses a smart card system. I registered the card and went to load it with my credit card and noticed just an https:// prefix on the address bar was crossed out and chrome was marking it unsafe.
I emailed the company and said I would not be entering credit card information on an unencrypted site, they answered back and said their site was secure. I was writing them back with a screenshot of the chrome warning while the site was open, when I thought I'd open it in firefox to see what happens.
Well, in firefox the https:// does show up and no warnings show as it being unsafe.
I looked at the code and any references to the site are in https:// xxxxxx in the source, so I'm not sure what's up here. I'm not entering CC information in it until I can be sure.
The https:// prefix also shows up when I open it in windows 10 edge.
Any ideas why chrome is showing it as unsafe?