Author Topic: Google reminds website owners to move to HTTPS before October deadline  (Read 47 times)

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With the release of Chrome v62 in less than 3 months, Google will begin marking non-HTTPS pages with text input fields—like contact forms and search bars—and all HTTP websites viewed in Incognito mode as “NOT SECURE” in the address bar. The company has started sending out warning emails to web owners in August as a follow-up to an announcement by Emily Schechter, Product Manager of Chrome Security Team, back in April.

https://blog.malwarebytes.com/101/2017/09/google-reminds-website-owners-to-move-to-https-before-october-deadline/

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