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Google Chrome Now Labels HTTP Sites as 'Not Secure'

24 July 2018

As of today the latest version of Google Chrome will display "Not Secure" in the title bar for websites not using HTTPS.

For the last year we've been offering free and discounted SSL certificates for our clients and many have taken up the offer.

There are still, however, a number of websites not using SSL and we recommend all affected clients to contact us asap to arrange an upgrade from HTTP to HTTPS.

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