Why no padlock with my SSL enabled?

Are you pulling your hair out trying to find out why your secure page is not fully secure? Here's a simple tool that will tell you about any insecure items on your SSL page.

Simply type in the full https secure URL into the box below and get a report about:

  • Insecure calls to images,css, and javascript
  • Images called insecurely from linked css and js files
  • Expired cert, invalid or missing intermediate certificate (including 3rd party SSL certs.)
  • SHA-1 algorithm test, POODLE test, insecure form calls for Chrome

https://www.whynopadlock.com/index.html

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