I have been seeing more security warnings of late, indicating that there is some sort of problem with a website / host, such as deprecated TLS, an invalid certificate, etc.
While this is good, I'd love to see something in place that would make it a lot easier to share this info with the people in charge of the website, i.e., those who can do something about it.
If I know that the owner / host would like to know that their website is inaccessible to people with updated browsers -- such as small businesses, non-profits, or hobbyists -- I will take screenshots of the alert(s) and email it to them.
I wonder if there is a better way, and something that could better inform the people on the backend.
I don't have a specific recommendation of what to do, but maybe some kind of "share" button that could automatically generate a message / screenshot / instructions for the owners & hosts.
What do you all think?