30 Apr '18, 1pm

via:@GoDaddy

Raising the bar on website security Twitter Facebook 0 LinkedIn 0 Google 0 Pinterest 0 RSS Attention all website owners, from businesses to blogs! This is a last call to secure your website before some major changes take place on the web — including Google Chrome 68. If you missed the February announcement , Google will be marking all HTTP sites as “Not secure” beginning July 2018. The Google Chrome 68 release in July will mark all HTTP sites as Not Secure. Furthermore, as Google’s objective is to ensure internet users can easily recognize whether sites are safe or not, the Not Secure warning will be prominently displayed on sites without HTTPS secure connection. In an effort to drive the world toward a more secure global internet, Google Chrome began marking all HTTP web pages with forms as insecure last year, as well as HTTP sites opened through an incognito window. In j...

Full article: https://www.godaddy.com/garage/google-chrome-68-introduce...

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