In order to increase security, some browsers have begun to label websites that do not have a security certificate as
'not secure'. Chrome, for example, is already doing this, but what you may see is an (i) symbol or a padlock and Secure.
You may see this notice in the heading for this website. Since we do not store any information
that should not be made public,
nor deal with payments on this site, it does not require security.
We may acquire a security certificate, but this is an extra cost.