Google announced today that beginning in July, 2018, their Chrome browser will start flagging non-HTTPS sites as unsafe.
This is a big deal. Up until now, it didn’t really matter if your site was secured or not unless you were submitting data via forms, and in particular, sensitive data like credit card info. Google had also previously advised that they would flag unsecured pages with forms, but flagging entire sites is a step up.
Fortunately, the remedy is simple. Every web hosting provider offers SSL certificates. SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, but all you really need to know about it is that the SSL certificate is what gets you the little “secure” indicator in the browser and it’s what encrypts communications between the browser and the server.
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