Google is calling-out
unencrypted websites--
including yours


With recent changes in the Google Chrome browser, even website owners who do not do business from their site are being encouraged to encrypt. Websites without data encryption can cause significant issues for site visitors and owners by putting their privacy at risk. As of July 1st, 2018 Google Chrome took steps to clearly show Internet users which websites are secure, and which are not.

If a website still uses Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), the security of user data is at a much higher risk than sites that have switched to Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS).

So what is Google doing?

When perusing the Internet using Google’s Chrome browser, users see HTTP sites without a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate identified as ‘Not Secure.' So even blog sites and simple brochure pages are affected. Website owners can appease both Google and their site visitors by getting an SSL for their domains, and upgrade to a fully encrypted HTTPS.

With the Chrome 68 update, users will see one of three status’s pop up in their address bar:

Google’s top priority is security for its users. By arming them with information, individuals can make informed choices which sites they engage with, and are less likely to visit a webpage that could compromise their data.

For website owners, the choice is clear. Contact the 2Point team today and take the steps to fully encrypt your site, or be labeled as a potentially dangerous webpage.

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