By Dr. Ashley T. Howes
11 October 2018
A recent change to Google Chrome means your company website could be telling your site visitors that it's insecure!
If you haven't looked at your company website for a while you may notice something alarming when using the most popular browser software (approx 60%) - Google Chrome. It may be telling your site visitors your company website is 'not secure'.
The reason for this is because a recent change in the Google Chrome software is marking all websites not using an SSL certificate / HTTPS as 'not secure'.
To see if you are affected, follow these steps:
If it says 'Not secure', you need to make some changes:
You need to get this in place as soon as possible as the October 2018 version of Chrome (version 70) will start highlighting this further to site visitors by showing a red 'not secure' message when data is entered on forms which don't use HTTPS. For example, the contact form on your website.
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