The Chrome browser is marking websites “not secure” if they don’t use an SSL certificate. Learn how you can show your visitors you care about their security.
In October 2017, Google will be alerting Chrome users that any website using any type of form and not using HTTPS is “not secure.” What steps do you need to take for your website?
SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. It is a technology that establishes an encrypted link between the user’s browser and the website he is visiting. Why do you need it?
Is it time to switch over to SSL for your website? Google thinks so. Find out what’s happening and what you can do.