Website Not Secure?
If you’ve noticed recently that Google Chrome has branded your website Not Secure in the address bar then fear not, you’re most certainty not alone. However, getting this resolved should be considered a matter of urgency as this message will at very least be off-putting to your visitors, at worst you could be losing sales or leads.
It’s worth noting at this time the only web browser doing this is Google Chrome, quite specifically from version 68 onwards which released on 24th July 2018. According to Statista, in July 2018, Google Chrome had a 47.19% share of internet users, whilst Safari came in at 30.06%, IE, 5.51% and Firefox 5.24%.
With the vast majority of visitors using Google Chrome, it’s hugely important to ensure you have a valid SSL certificate which will ensure you don’t receive the dreaded website Not Secure warning!