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Upcoming Chrome Update Will Mark Non-HTTPS Websites As ‘Not Secure'

25 days ago   |   By Ubergizmo

Back in the day when you would verbally spell out a website's URL, you would start with “http”. However these days thanks to increased web security, you might have noticed that many websites now start with “https”, where the “s” marks the website as having a secure connection where its content cannot be tampered with by ISPs or governments. Google has been pushing for developers to ensure that their sites have adopted HTTPS and this is something that has been going on for years, but it appears that come the next Google Chrome update , the browser will start marking non-HTTPS websites as...
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