Google recently published a blog post regarding changes in Google Chrome.
The blog post mentioned something about a new security feature that will be launching soon on your Chrome browser. So now, you've probably been thinking.. okay, well? What does this have to do with me?
A lot actually. But, at the same time, not really if you're already our customer.
So, what does mean? In the future, Google will treat all HTTP websites as non-secure. This means that if your website does not have an SSL certificate installed, your website will show like this to your customers.
And it's not great to have that because it could bring your credibility down.
So, what's next?
For LocalBoost customers, you do not need to take any action. All websites are automatically installed with a FREE SSL certificate, and your website will show a green padlock on your customer's browser address bar.
What if I'm not a LocalBoost customer?
Well, there are two ways to deal with this.
1. Switch to LocalBoost and get secured instantly.
2. Hire someone to install your website's SSL certificate (takes longer, and might have to rehire to renew your certificate)