What You Should Know Before Implementing HTTPS Services for Your Website
In October 2017, Google Chrome started to show a padlock with a red “X” for every site without HTTPS. Conversely, if the website you are visiting uses HTTPS, a green locked padlock will be shown to your visitors. For sure, this is drawing more and more attention to the websites that do not use HTTPS and are potentially insecure. It is clear that Google vision on the future of the Internet is that it should be secure and all sites will be served over HTTPS. But what is the reason for this change?