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Google Chrome is now marking all HTTP sites as “not secure”.
This is great news to web users in general. It shows real progress to make internet browsing more secure for visitors in a big way.
However, it’s not good for your website if you’re missing the all-important ‘S’ from your ‘HTTP’.
Chrome now alerts the user that your site is insecure as they land on your homepage. And with some reports stating that up to 80% of the browser market is made up of Chrome users, that could be a massive chunk of traffic you’re missing out on.
How do you ensure this doesn’t happen to you? Easy.
All you need is an SSL certificate for your website.