How does affect the SSL Certificate

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It seems that Google have been hard with the issue of secure connections and have already announced that its popular Chrome browser, mark as unsafe Webs that do not have an SSL security certificate installed from January 2017.

For some time, Google has made sure that https connections become a standard on the Internet and have already taken the first step to achieve it.

Which SSL certificate are you using ? Free o pay for them?

Best regards

#affect #certificate #ssl
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  • Profile picture of the author richardZ
    Yes, google chrome version 68 has already started to show 'Not Secure' warning in the browser for non http website. So enabling SSL certificate on the website is must to avoid this type of security warning especially when you have an e-commerce business.

    I am using paid SSL certificate because I wanted technical support to install SSL. You can use free SSL certificates if you are aware of how to install it. Checkout this resource
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  • Profile picture of the author luciesmazanska
    I support google's decision!
    i ternet is full of hackers and scam so it would be much better to keep your credit card safe

    I use paid one on my website
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  • Profile picture of the author stephenchong
    Yes google chrome is showing Not secure for the websites have that have not SSL Certificate. A Website made for selling services or products should have SSL Certification. But I you are a blogger then there is no need for this certification.
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  • Hello All,

    This is Stephen from Amazing 7 Studios. I would like to tell you that SSL certificate is very important for the any website. SSL gives our sites a different security level. Basically the full form of SSL is Secure Socket Layers. In the present time, Google also considers SSL enabled sites more valuable comparatively Non-SSL sites. Google also has launched an update on it for the same. So, purchase the SSL and make your website more secure.
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  • Profile picture of the author Karen Blundell
    it doesn't matter if you use free or paid - either one is acceptable - the free ones expire every 3 months usually so you just have to update them.

    The best free one I have used is:
    Let me take care of your website so that you can focus on your business.
    I fully support the success of my clients and strive to provide service excellence.
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