Chrome will mark all sites without HTTPS as not secure

  • Friday, 22nd June, 2018
  • 09:17am

Beginning in July 2018 with the release of Chrome 68, Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as "not secure".

To prevent warnings in Chrome you need an HTTPS connection, for which you need an SSL certificate. Google does not make any distinction between the different types of SSL certificates - every SSL certificate is suitable for the prevention of warnings.

For business websites we recommend using a premium (paid) certificate - DIHOST offers a wide range of different SSL certificates at wholesale prices.

For private and other websites you can request a free SSL certificate provided by Comodo (cPanel) or Let's Encrypt, depending on the hosting platform used.

All domains on shared hosting (cPanel) will receive a free SSL certificate issued by cPanel (powered by Comodo) automatically - issued within 24 hours after account creation.
All domain on cloud hosting can be secured by Let's Encrypt certificate by requesting a SSL certificate from within the control panel.

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