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 →

Chrome 69: One step closer to make encryption the norm

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Update 10/29/2018: As it has been pre-announced, the 70th version of Chrome has arrived and introduced the red “not secure”.   As you already know, since July Chrome has started to label all HTTP sites as “not secure”. This was just the beginning of its intense efforts to make encryption the norm for Internet traffic. Chrome 69 has arrived some days ago and took See more →

Chrome 68 came with a big change

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Update 10/29/18: As it has been pre-announced, the 70th version of Chrome has arrived and introduced the red “not secure”.   The last two years, Google is making strong efforts to eliminate the use of HTTP protocol. Through Chrome, its own popular browser, the tech giant tries to convince everyone that “HTTPS” is a one-way road. In case you are still not informed See more →

Mixed Content: How to avoid it when using SSL/TLS

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The Internet is flooded with sensitive data and there are many intruders out there willing to exploit this kind of information. As a webmaster, you should fight against them through useful tools that are available nowadays, aiming for data integrity, privacy and critical security of the website’s information. One of these tools is SSL which stands for Secure Sockets Layer and it See more →