Google and other providers are forcing our hands in terms of making sure your websites are secure. Nasty pop-ups will be how it manifests itself. What can you do?
We fix Surprises, like ‘This Website isn’t secure’ for Westchester businesses
JULY 1st’s SURPRISE:
Google is forcing us to roll out some preventive software upgrades.
If you don’t comply they will put a warning up like this that makes you look like you aren’t a legitimate business.. hurts images. Anyway, here is the news from Google.
- Goggle’s Announcement:
Beginning in July 2018, Google will begin labeling websites that are not encrypted as“Not Secure” in the Chrome browser by displaying a warning message (seen below).The way you know if your site is encrypted is whether you see http:// (not secure) orhttps:// (secure) at the beginning of your website URL in the address bar (outlined inred below). ALL non-encrypted websites will be affected by this change.
I know that you probably can’t or don’t want to allocate budget to our $150/m maintenance program, that includes this upgrade.
So, you can either wait until your site shows this and your customers start complaining, or
you can have us do a one time SSL installment.
It is $265 now and $345 later when we have to scramble, install the SSL and re-submit your website to Google, when you’ve been labeled as ‘not secure’. This included the SSL certificate which we purchase for you.