Browsers single out non-secure websites BROWSERS SINGLE OUT NON-SECURE WEBSITES

Google has advocated the use of SSL certificates for some time, but now Chrome, Firefox now display a message to alert the visitor that the website is ‘non-secure’ as it can’t find a SSL certificate of any kind, where as Internet Explorer and edge display an exclamation mark that when clicked alerts the visitor to be carful. Whilst some sites don’t store or contain any sensitive data it’s still off-putting to visitors to be told that this site isn’t secure which is why many websites are now opting to deploy SSL certificates, giving their customers more confidence to browse the website or make a purchase.

It’s not as difficult as you might think to have an SSL certificate added to your website, removing the browser alerts, in fact you can get a SSL added to your site for as little as £6 per month so give us a call now to see how we can help you keep your customers safe and secure.


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