Chrome 70: The red “not secure” is here

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As it has been pre-announced, the 70th version of Chrome has arrived and introduced the red “not secure”. If you stumble upon a website which does not use any SSL certificate, thus not providing encryption, you will see the gray “not secure” in the URL bar without any change, exactly like you knew it from the 69th version of Chrome. However, if you See more →

The ultimate guide to different types of SSL

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It was in the summer of 2018, when Chrome made clear that encryption is the only way forward. The 68th edition brought red “not secure” for HTTP sites, while from the 70th edition onwards, this indication became more intense. As for now, when someone tries to enter data in a form hosted on an HTTP site, the “not secure” turns red. This See more →