Google Chrome Now Labels All HTTP Sites as 'Not Secure'

Today ownwards, now Google Chrome version 68 will start flagging all HTTP site as "Not Secure". This was in an effort to make web more secure place for internet users. So update your Chrome browser as well as your site to HTTPS if you own a domain.

If you are still running an insecure HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) website, many of your visitors might already be greeted with a 'Not Secure' message on their Google Chrome browser warning them that they can't trust your website to be secure.

For all HTTP site, you will see a Not Secure message in front of the web address (URL) stating the site connection is not secure as there is no SSL certificate to encrypt your data that transmit between your computer to site server.

Now this Not Secure Labelling is quite impact bad effects on your site.
  • This will make your site visitor think as they are not in a secure connection.
  • HTTPS will improve your SEO and reflect in Google Search page result.
  • Improves your Site security and gains users trust.
So we recommend all our readers do get an SSL if you own a domain and  also do check the URL of a site your browse. You can also get SSL as it is free and very easy to implement on your domain.
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