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The Magento security checker just does a simple cURL POST request to app/etc/config.php (see: Source Code). If the response to this initial request is a 200, then it shows the message; otherwise, it will not show the message. I have all of my servers configured with a base URL of https:// and then within the server configuration I redirect non-SSL to SSL. ...


Finally! After days of searching I found the solution and sadly it was not written nowhere. The problem was the base URL. Apparently Magento 2 doesn't like https as base URL ( I changed it to always redirect to https). I had to put http again, flush the cache and after few mins, the warning disappeared. The warning will not disappear immediately, because ...


Please put the root folder to pub and refresh the cache. It will resolve your issue. Thanks

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