Last Month Google began rolling out Chrome 68. Now, Google’s browser will display a “Not Secure” warning next to the website in the address bar if the site is not secured with HTTPS.
When the next version of Google Chrome launches in July it’ll have a whole new look if you don’t have a secure website. As in: A big, new Not Secure warning next to your domain name in the address bar.
If you don’t have a secure, encrypted connection for visitors to your website — which you can only get with a trusted SSL certificate — then your potential customers will be told by Chrome: Not Secure. Read all about how Google Chrome 68 is raising the bar on website security.
Secure your existing website with an SSL certificate
If you’ve already got a website but it is not secured with an SSL certificate, you’ll need to get an SSL before Chrome and other browsers make the change if you want to avoid the Not Secure warning. We can help you with the installation process.
You’ve got something you want to share with the world, but building your own website can seem like a daunting task. Who wants to deal with code, anyway? Luckily, you don’t have to. Instead, Farodesign makes it simple to create your own secure website. Just contact us for a custom estimate.