Avoid Browser Warnings
HTTPS Everywhere Prepares You for the Future
Today’s internet — with all its personalized content, analytics and persistent threats — requires security on every site and every page. Web browsers now expect you to provide a secure HTTPS connection for your users, and are adding warnings and restricting features on sites that don’t.
A big change was released in July 2018, when Chrome version 68 started labeling all HTTP pages as “Not Secure.” This warning prominently appears in the address bar, alerting visitors to the risks of insecure connections.
Get an SSL certificate for your website today to avoid these warnings, which will damage your brand and lower your conversion rates