Google has launched Chrome 67 for Windows, Mac and Linux. All HTTP sites are from now on marked “Not secure” in the address bar. If you click on it, you’ll get a warning advising against entering any sensitive information on the site.
Chrome has over a billion users, and it’s important to consider the fact if your site is not https than you might lose traffic. When you load a website over HTTP, your connection to the site is not encrypted. Secure connections are a necessary measure to decrease the risk of users being vulnerable for malicious software and trackers that can steal their information.
If you are a site owner, hurry up and switch to HTTPS to make sure your customers are protected so you won’t miss out on any leads or sales!
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