Since July 2018, websites in Google Chrome 70 canary (stable version released in October 2018) without an SSL certificate is displayed a 'Not secure' warning in the address bar when users enter data on the HTTP page, and on all HTTP pages visited in Incognito mode. HTTP websites with forms, login fields and other input sections need to install an SSL certificate to enable HTTPS and avoid any disruptions to their website.
Here are two easy questions to determine if your website needs HTTPS and will display the 'Not Secure Warning' if an SSL certificate is not installed:
If the answer is yes to either of these questions then it's time to install a SSL certificate on your website and avoid showing the 'NOT SECURE' warning in the browser.
Nettway provides a suite of world leading ssl solutions to fit each of your website needs to avoid trust issues with Google Chrome and safeguard your organisation's website security today and tomorrow.
Please visit nettway.com.au for more information on SSL certificates.