Secure Your Website by 1 July 2018 to Avoid SSL Warning
If you've been following website security industry changes, you may know that the move by web browsers to warn visitors of webpages served via HTTP as "Not Secure" has been in the works for a while.
According to the announcement by Google, you'll need to get an SSL certificate for all your webpages—not just the ones with login requirements or forms—by the time Chrome 68 launches. Starting July 2018, with the release of Chrome 68, Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as “not secure”.
What is HTTPS?
HTTP served Internet users well for many years. Unfortunately, given today's cybercrime-ridden web, it has one crucial flaw—it's not secure. That means data in transit can be stolen or manipulated.
HTTPS is secure and shows visitors https:// in the browser bar indicating encryption is authenticating the server and protecting transmitted information. So, it's easy to understand why web browsers are now requiring it as a basic standard.
Beyond encryption, HTTPS also helps you leverage the faster performance enabled by HTTP/2, gives you up to a 5% boost in search engine visibility, providers a more seamless user experience and unlocks popular mobile options.
How Do I Get HTTPS for My Website?
SSL Certificates enable HTTPS on your website — so the sooner you install one on your website, the better. Choosing the right SSL certificate can be confusing, but it doesn't have to be. We're here to help you sort through your options and find the most cost-effective way to meet the July 1, 2018, deadline and boost your bottom line.
To secure your website, please contact us at email@example.com or our Customer Support Centre at http://support.clickhere2.com .
Simply let us know your website and we will check its web hosting plan and advise you on the next steps.
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