The Mountain View company Google always wanted to give the best and secure website to appear high rank in its search engines, and on the Chrome browser you can able to see a green padlock icon along with written as secure on the website which has the secure connection or SSL certificate (you can able to see a green padlock on your address bar when you visit TechnoBugg, if you’re visiting on Chrome). And now the search engine giant Google is all set to take over the website which doesn’t have the SSL certificate.
From July 2018, any website with a Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) rather than a Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) address will be labeled as ‘Not Secure’ in the Chrome browser. Right now, if you visit a website which doesn’t have the secure connection then you will see an info icon on the address bar. And when a user clicks on that icon they will go to know that the website is not secure. But starting with the Chrome 68 on the address bar, users will see the ‘Not Secure’ label on the address bar if the website doesn’t have the HTTPS.
Well, this is really a great move by the search engine giant because we are living in the digital world, but still many people are not aware of the difference between secured and non-secure websites. People fill forms and give their information on the websites which are not secure. So, making things safer is really good for better days of internet users.
If you have a website and the website is not secure, then make it secure before the deadline otherwise you will lose a decent amount of visitors.