Google Chrome browser to show Security Warnings on HTTP Pages

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From October 2017, the updated version 62 of the popular Google Chrome browser will display “NOT SECURE” warnings on HTTP pages that have text or email input fields on a form. If you haven’t already migrated your website to HTTPS then you may have received one of these messages via Google Search Console explaining the change. What does this mean for owners of a website that hasn’t migrated to HTTPS (SSL) yet? Firstly, Google Chrome is by far the most popular browser used in Australia with a 56 per cent share at the end of 2016. It’s likely most of … Read more