Beginning in late July 2018, Google’s Chrome web browser will display a “Not Secure” warning to users visiting websites not using HTTPS. The HTTPS protocal utilizes an SSL certificate installed on a website that encrypts the traffic and data that passes to and from a users web browser and that website. Encrypting data with HTTPS is an essential component of protecting website visitors sensitive data such as usernames, passwords and credit card numbers. A website that uses HTTPS helps assure its visitors that it takes security seriously and gives them confidence that their data is safe.
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https://www.alpineweb.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/https.jpg279430Webmasterhttps://www.alpineweb.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/alpineweblogo-new.gifWebmaster2018-07-07 02:23:582018-07-09 23:45:15Chrome’s plan to label sites as "Not Secure"