For the past couple of years, there were moves to move to a more sure internet with the push for using SSL certificates and adopt HTTPS encryption.
Firefox started to display the following warning a couple of months ago.
Now Google Chrome is planning to do something similar by marking all pages that are not served via HTTPS as insecure.
The image above is what Chrome plans on doing. Instead of a simple lock with a line through it, they plan to actually add the words “Not Secure” to every page that is not secure.
The implications for your website can be enormous because unlike the “lock”, words are a lot more noticeable.
Here is an image as displayed on the Google Chrome blog.
Developers and Webmaster have been busy transitioning their sites to HTTPS and making the web safer for everyone and the most current statistics is as follows;
If you think you will not be affected, think again.
If your website is still not protected, get in touch with Exelwebs.com now! Your website could be at risk of dropping from Google search.