Site is back on track
To everyone that tried to access the site in the previous months, I apologize for the harsh SSL message
As many of you may know, and some others don't, SSL is a way to tell your visitors that the website is safe. In order for this to work, you need to install an SSL certificate in your server.
That was not the problem. This website is hosted in Windows Azure, which is incredibly awesome when a company pays for it. As an individual developer I find the prices staggering.
This site used to be hosted on a basic B1 instance, which starts at $55USD per month. Since I am only hosting this website, I found it very expensive, so I changed the type for a D1 Shared instance, which starts at $10USD per month.
So far, so good. The problem is that D1 Shared instances do not allow SSL certificates to be installed. See this comparison.
In the end, I decided to use the shared instance. I think that for a simple blog there is no need for a SSL. However, since July 2018, Chrome marks every non HTTPS site as not secure.
I hope that Microsoft fixes this in the near future!
tl;dr Paying $55USD or more per month plus an SSL certificate is way too much for a simple blog.