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Google to mark non-HTTPS sites as “not secure”

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Attention all website owners and operators! If you have missed Google’s February notification, it is still not too late. From 23 July 2018 onwards, with the release of Google Chrome 68, it will be tagging all non-HTTPS sites as insecure.

Since Google Chrome has the world’s largest browser market share, this change can potentially affect the traffic and ranking of all non-HTTPS websites.

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