Mar 02, 2019 - 09:02 AM
Back in 2017, Gooogle Chrome started to show warnings in the search brower of a website that was "non-secure". These sites use the (http) protocol and are viewed as unsecure and that a user should proceed with caution or abandon the site all together.
Visitors who find an unsecured website will see the letter "i" inside of a circle in the address bar warning people not to enter personal information into that website in order to protect their sensitive information.
A secured website (https) "S" indicating that that site is secure, will always be marked with the little padlock (often green in color) in the address bar letting the user know that it is safe to interact with the website. If you've made the decision to secure your website, you can get a custom ssl certificate from sites such as
SSL @ https://www.ssl.com/affiliate/program...
Godaddy for under $80 for one year https://in.godaddy.com/web-security/s... or you can go the free route and get shared free secure sockets layer protection at https://www.cloudflare.com/ssl/
Please note that you will have to host your domain name on Cloudflares server to get the free ssl service. This means that you will be prompted to change the name severs of your domain registrar such as Godaddy or whatever service you're currently using.