Google has released the new Chrome browser version 62, which is estimated to affect 60% of Web browsers. One of the primary focus of this
update is a warning related to missing or improperly configured security certificates. Users who access any website, which does not have an HTTPS certificate installed, will be notified that the website is considered “Not Secure”.
This means that if a website does not have a properly set up or configured security certificate, there can be negative rank and organic traffic consequences
as this warning will undoubtedly have an impact on visito...
If you manage your own website that has forms on web pages that are HTTP (not HTTPS), you likely have received an email from Google Search
Console warning you that starting in October 2017, these pages will be marked with a ‘Not Secure’ warning in Chrome. (A copy of one of those email
notifications is below). If you haven’t received an email, but manage websites that are HTTP and have pages with forms capturing some sort of customer
data (eg. contact us form) you STILL need to pay attention and update your sites to HTTPS before October 2017 to avoid having tis message displayed