In January 2017, Google’s web browser, Chrome, will treat any website encoded in HTTP as a non-secure site if it transmits credit card information or passwords. HTTPS – Hypertext Transport Protocol Secure – is the preferred method for transmitting personal information online. It includes encryption using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).

Google is concerned about users sending personal information across unsecured websites because this opens the door for identity theft. As the most popular web browser in use today, more than half of all internet users access websites via Google Chrome.

SkylarStudios can help you in implementing a SSL certificate for your site to make it more secure and prevent any issues with Google.

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