Google Updates: non-HTTPS webs! Google will soon mark you “unsafe” Website
Google is world largest search engine and its product Google Chrome browser the popular internet browser of tech giant Google is soon going introduce an update that will inform users when they’re on an unencrypted HTTP website. Google Chrome seems to play the role of an antivirus software lately when it appeared in news about blocking third-party software injections to prevent crashing. It is planning its next move by labeling “not secure” on any website that is not encrypted.
Google Recommend SSL for trusted websites ?
Recently Google has recently announced that with the release of latest version of Chrome, Chrome build 68, all HTTP sites will be labeled as “not secure”. According to Google, there has been a lot of progress when it comes to getting developers to switch their sites to the more secure HTTPS. As of now, more than 68% of Chrome traffic on Android and Windows is protected, while over 78% is protected on Chrome OS and Mac.