HTTP vs HTTPS Secure

Secure Sockets Layer SSL
Find Out Why It’s Time to Convert to SSL ASAP
Google HTTPS Ranking can no longer be ignored.

Since July 2018 with the release of Chrome 68, Non-HTTPS sites are now labeled as “Not Secure”.

Technically, this doesn’t mean there is anything wrong with your site, but visitors may be confused by the label.

Google wants a more secure web and is staging a multi-phase roll out of changes to its Chrome browser to encourage website owners to switch to HTTPS, also known as SSL.

Data from Google Chrome usage shows that more than 70% of Chrome users are visiting HTTPS-enabled websites, which indicates that browsing via HTTPS is becoming the norm. Armed with that data, Google is taking steps to “encourage” the global adoption of SSL/HTTPS.