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Google Chrome and Firefox have rolled out changes that affect all websites not using a secure connection (HTTP). As part of a gradual change, when users pull up an HTTP page with a form including passwords or credit card fields, they will get a warning indicating an unsecure connection.

HTTPS is shifting to the new standard. As security risks become increasingly prevalent, users will be warned if any form transaction is insecure. And, moving forward, all websites will be flagged as unsecure if not HTTPS, no matter a website’s features.

Our Omaha web design and web hosting team can assist in securing your website and ensuring an HTTPS connection and compliance to these new security standards. For $180/year our web hosting support team will purchase an SSL certificate and install it on your website, ensuring all visits and features of your website are secure. Call us at 402.292.7500 ext. 102 for more information.