From July 2018, Google Chrome is marking all HTTP sites as unsecure which means visiting a website using an HTTP connection will prompt the message “Not secure” in the browser’s URL.
Google Chrome is used by about 56% of the internet users which means that the great majority of them are likely to notice the unsecured red label when they browse your website. The difference between HTTP and HTTPs may seem like only one letter, but that one letter can make a huge impact in your website’s performance
We highly recommend upgrading your websites to use HTTPS because it is not only secure, but also gives confidence to the users especially when they have to give in their details. How we do this? This can be achieved by using a SSL certificate with your website. Without getting too technical, the way that an SSL certificate works is that it creates a secure and an encrypted link between the browser and the website.
For the customers whose websites have been developed by Majestic Computer Technology, our team will contact them individually to discuss this process. For our other customers, if you would like to know more, please feel free to contact Majestic Computer Technology at any time. We are here to help.