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New Google Chrome Labels Your Site Insecure If You Don’t Use HTTPS

In the past, websites that didn’t use sensitive information often were left unsecured, which means they didn’t use HTTPS (SSL). Google’s release of Chrome 56 is the first step in actively notifying your visitors when they are viewing a non-secure page. You can learn how it pertains to your WordPress site on Wordfence. Eventually any page that doesn’t use HTTPS/SSL will activate a warning to your visitors, potentially compromising your brand trust. For this reason Brewhouse’s web development team will be moving away from using plain HTTP.