Blog: Security

Why is Chrome marking my site as insecure?

As of Chrome 68 launched within the last few days (July 2018), Google Chrome has started marking all sites as insecure if they don't have an SSL certificate.
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Have a login form on your site? We recommend an SSL Certificate

Up until recently SSL Certificates have been used primarily on Ecommerce websites. However, due to recent updates we would now recommend that if your site has a login area, then you should have an SSL Certificate installed on your site.
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Firefox 52 introduces warnings for non-HTTPS websites

Mozilla has recently released version 52 of their Firefox browser for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. This update adds a new feature that warns users when trying to log into non-HTTPs websites.

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Should I switch from HTTP to HTTPS?

Switching to HTTPS not only improves website security and reassures visitors, but it can also positively affect your Google page ranking.
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Microsoft ends support for Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10

On January 12, 2016, Microsoft officially ended technical support and security updates for Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9, and 10. Users have been encouraged to upgrade to IE 11, or switch browsers, in order to avoid security risks.

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