Breaking News: Websites that do not use HTTPS will have a tag informing the user that the URL is “Not secure” in Google Chrome
At the end of January, version 56 of the Chrome browser will be released. There will be a significant change in how websites that are not using HTTPS, also known as SSL (secure and encrypted connection), are displayed. This change may confuse your website visitors and / or surprise them negatively.
As of the launch of Chrome 56 at the end of the month, any website that is not running HTTPS will have a message in the address bar that says “Not Secure” on pages that collect passwords or credit cards.
It will look like this:
This is the first part of a “Saga” that will compel websites to take into account security criteria by not using the old simple HTTP.
In a later version of Google Chrome, Chrome will already label all non-HTTPS pages anonymously as “unsafe” because users who use this form have a higher expectation of privacy and security.
The final step in gradual implementation will be that Chrome will classify all simple HTTP pages as “Not secure.”
And it will look like this:
What are you waiting for? Contact us to have your website adjusted in terms of security criteria so that all your customers have no doubts about the security of your internet business.