Just in the last couple of months, when I go to log into my email account at email@example.com, after entering my username and password I get a pop up notification saying, the info. you're about to submit is not secure because the site is using a connection that's not completely secure, your info will be visible to others. I haven't made any changes to my account settings or anything so I don't understand why I'm getting this message every time now. The only way I can access my msgs now is to click on "send anyway". But strangely, when I click on the "i" (inside a circle) just left of the address bar, it says the connection "is" secure but not encrypted. Is that what's triggering this notification? I've never selected any kind of encryption in the past, so why am I only recently getting this warning? I haven't changed anything. It also says the site uses TLS 1.2, and further down it says the connection "is" encrypted and authenticated using AES_128_GCM and uses ECDHE_RSA as the key exchange mechanism. The seemingly contradictory info is confusing to me. I also took a look at the site certificate info. It says Google Chrome verified that Go Daddy Secure Certificate Authority-G2 issued the site's certificate. Is that a valid trusted authority? Could this somehow be a result of the recent migration to google even though I haven't switched mine over yet?