Why You Need An SSL Certificate For Your Website

Google Banned

 

“Google Chrome’s July 2018 update will be rolling out very soon, and it will mark any Website not served over HTTPS as “Not secure” in the address bar.”

 

This is so that hackers can’t intercept contact information, forms, and other interactions with people that use your site.

Plus, hackers usually go after sites that do not have HTTPS and put malware their first and hack the site because they are typically eater to hack.  Your site could end up spreading viruses to visitors.

It should look like this.
SSL Certificate

Not like this…
Not Secure 2

Is this your Website?  Click Here to find out what to do now before you site basically gets banned by Google.

 

 

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