Security Reminder: SSL Certificate

Google has been taking steps to make the web a more secure and private place. Recently, on Google’s security blog, they announced that in October 2017 with the release of Chrome 62 a “Not secure” warning will be displayed on any website without an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate. When users type in information and press send it is sent to the servers – and becomes vulnerable in the process. Starting with version 62 Chrome will alert users to this vulnerability. “We don’t ask for sensitive data” you say. Maybe not but do you have any of the following on your site: Search fields Comment boxes Contact forms Any of these fields could cause your visitors to see a security alert and dissuade them from pressing send. Its easy to tell if you have an SSL installed properly When you go to your site do you see a green lock…
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