August 31, 2017 / GuidesFor Team
Earlier this year, Google has required websites to switch over to HTTPS (especially those that deal with important and private info, transactions, or a combination of both) if they want to be tagged as secure on their Chrome browser. This article by Nuts and Bolts Media enumerates which kind of sites need this kind of secured connection. Hint: sites that sell products and offer memberships, yes; blogs, maybe not.
This classification is important because more and more business owners need to have their sites protected by defenses like SSL. The following article explains why SSL is the future of cyber security, and how it can protect you for the long term. – Mayvilyn Aguilar.
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