Chrome's SSL lock change ushers in a new era of default data-in-transit safety. See how this change will affect you and your browsing.
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Having a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificate on your website is becoming a necessity. They not only ensure the data is encrypted, but indicate to users that your website is secure.
Keep your website visitors safe by learning what an SSL certificate is, how it works, and why you need one for your website to be trusted
When Chrome 68 was released in July of this year, the changes in Chrome for HTTPS & HTTP indicators was the biggest change Chrome had implemented.
What is an SSL certificate? SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. What an SSL certificate does is it encrypts information entered on a website so the only...
Google has been pushing webmasters to make the change to non-secure websites for years and now it's a reality. Read on for the details.
With so many SSL choices, it's hard to decide what we need. Let's take a look at the types and which may be better suited to your needs.