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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. ...


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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 ...


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


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