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Google to mark non-HTTPS sites as “not secure”
Posted by Sabi D. on 20 July 2018 12:28 AM
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.

If you don’t have an SSL certificate, then we highly recommend you to get one before Google flags your website. Whether you have to secure a single domain or multiple domains, can cater to all your needs.

Ordering an SSL certificate is a very simple process now with, just visit and order a suitable certificate or make a ticket with Customer Service // Consult department with the list of the domains on which you wish to enable HTTPS connections.

We do offer FREE LetsEncrypt SSL certificate with select plans/server which are valid for 3 months to enable you to test your website under HTTPS.
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Spectre & Meltdown mitigation
Posted by Bill Williams on 08 January 2018 08:26 AM
Dear Customer,

We wish to inform you that over the weekend we have implemented patches for Intel CPU Meltdown and Spectre venerabilities across the network. We are keeping stringent watch for additional hardware and BIOS solutions. As they become available we will be implementing them as well.

We assure you our systems are secured with the latest available security solutions known, available as on date. However, any vulnerabilities in your client devices need to be addressed by users individually.

Bill Willaims

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