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  • HTTP Sites to be Labelled as "not secure."

    As per an article on eweek.com, Google's Chrome browser will start labeling any site and any web page still using HTTP as "not secure".

    As an effort to add a layer of security and promote encryption to protect Internet communications and transactions against snooping and other attacks, Google's Chrome browser will start labeling any site and any web page still using HTTP as "not secure".

    The clock is now winding down and that website owners must adopt HTTPS encryption using SSL Certificates...

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    Yea, SSL Certificates are actually important for sites that store information or those who exchange sensitive information on any network. However, how will my visitors know if my site has an SSL certificate?

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    • #3
      Hi

      Here are some of the visible indicators that tells whether the website has an SSL certificate or not -
      • URL: The http portion of the URL will be changed to https. It means all the information is encrypted and the site is safe.
      • Green Padlock: A green padlock with the name of the company in green colored padlock tells that the website has an Extended Validation (EV) Certificate.
      • Site Seal: SSL/TLS Certificates provides a"site seal" which is visible for people who visit the website.

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