Make your website secure.
Regardless of the type of website, major browsers will soon start showing negative security indicators for sites that don't use SSL.
This year, Google, Mozilla, and other internet companies have embarked on a mission to make insecure HTTP a thing of the past.
Major browsers have begun actively telling users that HTTP ...
Google enables site isolation in chrome.
Google recently enabled a new security feature in Chrome to secure the users from malicious attacks like Spectre. Called Site Isolation, the new feature is available with Chrome 67 on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome OS.
The multi-process architecture of Chrome allows different tabs to use different ...
Only 4 months to go until SSL is required.
Google's new age of Secure Internet is set to take another giant leap forward this coming July with the launch of Chrome 68.
For the past several years, Google has been increasingly advocating the use of HTTPS by gradually introducing not secure warnings to more and more HTTP pages. But soon, with the ...
Google chrome security changes
Your site may be labeled "Not Secure". See how to avoid it.
What visitors see accessing your website will change this October. People using a Google Chrome browser in "Incognito" mode will get a security warning for every site they visit that isn't protected with an SSL Certificate. And any site that collects user ...