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Chrome security update impacts sites with password logins or credit cards

By Joe Wednesday, 11th January 2017 | 0 comments
Does your website have a login or accept passwords or credit card details? On 31st January Google releases an update to their Chrome browser marking your site as 'Not Secure' is you don't use SSL. The latest version of Google Chrome Version 56 (releasing gradually from Jan 31st 2017) will tell users if key password or credit card input pages of your website are not secure. Essentially if you're entering a password, and the page is not encrypted over SSL / https:// (i.e. the padlock you see on a secure website) - Google will say the page is [Not secure] in the address bar:

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