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Google Chrome now showing all http sites as not secure

The latest version of Google’s web browser Google Chrome is now clearly marking all http websites as ‘Not secure’ and all https websites as ‘Secure’. Google Chrome version 68 was released on 24 July 2018 and adds a very clear message for http and https websites. Here is the message for http websites: Here is […]

Migrating a WordPress website to https / SSL – a guide

Last month Google announced that it would be marking all non https / SSL pages as insecure from July 2018: “Beginning in July 2018 with the release of Chrome 68, Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as “not secure”. This means that any sites not running https will be marked with a security warning. Even […]

All http pages to be marked as not secure as Google gets serious about https / SSL on websites

In the last couple of years, Google has recently been gently encouraging website owners and web developers to move their websites to https. This encrypts any information sent by users so it can’t be read by third parties or hackers. This is particularly important when a user logs in or supplies sensitive financial information such […]

Avoid your website being flagged as insecure by migrating to HTTPS

The major web browsers Google and FireFox are now marking certain web pages as insecure.  If your website has pages that ask users to login or enter credit card information then, without web encryption using SSL, both browsers will alert users with warnings: FireFox: Chrome: This has only started happening recently (January 2017) with the […]

Google Chrome to mark some non HTTPS web pages as insecure

Most savvy web users know to look for the secure padlock icon (or the web address changing to HTTPS) when they are submitting private information. These are called secure pages which encrypt the information when it is sent so the information cannot be stolen by hackers. Google is encouraging website owners to make more use […]