HTTPS – HyperText Transfer Protocol SECURE! What Is It?

HTTPS, as opposed to HTTP, is a secure connection between you and the website you’re viewing. This means the website owner has a security certificate (SSL), which provides encryption to any data transferred between yourself and the website.

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WordPress Security – A Comprehensive Guide

WordPress Security Explained Really Well... WordPress security is a common talking point. As we already know, WordPress is one of the most widely used, popular and well-known website platforms in the world. In fact, it's THE biggest. It offers a ease-of-use, flexibility and [...]

August 12th, 2017|

Google Chrome Not Secure Warning Kicks In

Tonight I have received the first warning message from Google for a website that DOES NOT have SSL security. This email states that Google is taking action NOW against websites that do not protect (encrypt) it's users details. If your website already has an SSL [...]

January 21st, 2017|

Google Clamps Down with ‘Not Secure’ Label in Chrome

Hi everyone, HTTPS is not a subject for the not so tech-savvy, please bear with me here, I'll try to keep it simple, but it's quite a technical subject... Google to punish HTTP sites with 'not-secure' label A couple of years ago Google decided [...]

December 5th, 2016|
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