Google Chrome Warning "not secure"
Using https, also called http over tls, authenticates your web server and your website and protects against transactions being intercepted or read by a third party other than you as the website owner or your visitor.
The https also adds additional security when using public Wi-Fi spots, if the page is not encrypted possible packet-sniffing could be done, in short a visitors private information that they are willing to share with you could be stolen from a third party.
There are several provides of SSL certificates pending on your specific need. Comodo is well known name in SSL and have several options for SSL certificates.
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