JULY RUSH: Google Chrome to Mark All HTTP Sites “Not Secure” Starting July 2018
Effective this month of July 2018, Google’s Chrome browser will mark non-HTTPS as ‘not secure’.
Google Chrome’s July update will be rolling out soon, and it will mark any website not served over HTTPS as “Not secure” in the address bar.
In Google’s quest to improve Chrome browser communications in the connection security of HTTP pages was first announced last year, April 2017 in the Chromonium Blog.
In lieu of Google’s SSL deadline, Gagabytes Web Solutions announce FREE use of SSL certificates to all their existing and incoming web hosting service clients using Let’s Encrypt (a free, automated, and open certificate authority (CA), run for the public’s benefit).
We, at Gagabytes, have already installed the said free SSL certificates on clients who are currently hosted with us. We encourage to move your website from http to https to avoid losing website traffic.
If you need assistance on SSL upgrade, we have a July Rush HTTP to HTTPS service sale starting at $17.