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🙂 “Unsecured” in Chrome 70 for sites without SSL Short online courses with certificates 🥇

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Short online courses with certificates : Those of you who installed google chrome 70 that was released on 16/10/2018, will have already noticed the new red indicator “unsecured” or “not secure” that appears on sites without SSL (http).

Specifically, if you enter a site that is not secured with an ssl certificate you will see in the address bar the gray marking as “unsafe” (it was also in chrome 69). While in case you fill in some data entry form in such a site the gray indication will become red.

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The red mark as “unsecured” brought by chrome 70 came to protect users to be careful where they enter their data but also to emphasize the importance of encryption to the owners of unsecured sites.

A few words about SSL

The  SSL  is the abbreviation of the words  Secure Socket Layers  and creates a secure connection between the website and the visitor (computer, mobile, tablet, etc) and vice versa. The SSL certificates ensure  secure, encrypted data transfer  between the two sides, preventing the interception of data, such as user accounts, messages etc. It also helps the user to confirm the identity of the application or the website by clicking on the padlock and reading more details about its owner. See in detail in a previous article

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So, if you are an administrator or owner of a site and you want to protect its visitors and its reputation, make sure that you encrypt the data with an ssl certificate.

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What is an SSL Certificate & why do you need it?

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Today, given the rapid growth of e-commerce and the public with internet access, it is extremely important for any business to secure the personal data and transactions of those who visit its website. Let’s look at one of the most important security tools on a website , the SSL certificate .

What is an SSL Certificate?

The SSL Certificate (also known as SSL Certificate ) encrypts each connection between a Server Internet (web server) and browser (browser: Firefox, Safari, etc.) of the user and thus protects data exchanged on a website. Thus, credit cards, personal information, login information (email / username / password), secret documents and any sensitive data (circulated between server and user) cannot be intercepted or tampered with.

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The URL starts with https : //, instead of gia http: //

The Padlock that appears in the address bar

Security Signs & Seals within the website

Especially for EV SSL  (Extended Validation SSL) the address bar in the browser becomes  Green and displays the Name of the site owner.

How does SSL protect a website?

In order for a website to start providing security to visitors and the data it hosts via SSL, its administrator must install an SSL Certificate in its domain . This is done by purchasing an SSL and activating it through the web hosting package of its website. Immediately after all the data and transactions on the website are encrypted and are now secure.

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What types of SSL Certificates are there?

Depending on the number / type of domains covered by an SSL:

Common SSL (standard): to cover one (1) domain

Wildcard SSL  (wildcard SSL): for all subdomains of a domain, eg: blog.dnhost.gr, domains.dnhost.gr etc

UC / SAN SSL : for protection of multiple domains with a single SSL

Depending on the degree of authentication  provided by each SSL:

Domain Validation SSL  : Validates the identity of the Domain Name Holder.