Google announced that over time Symantec SSL would stop displaying the green bar in the Chrome browser.
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Features and Benefits of SSL
SSL is necessary for those who plan to run sites with a good reputation. GREEN MEANS TRUST. When users see a site with Green Lock HTTPS, it gives an impression of security and Google likes it too!
Google Just Put “Not Secure” Warnings on Websites that Don’t Have SSL…
You see, Google made an update in October that penalizes sites that don’t have something called an “SSL Certificate.” What’s that?
In laymen’s terms, an SSL certificate is what makes a website secure.
To put it simply: Google will prioritize sites that are secure – and penalize those that aren’t. Unsecured sites will also have a warning…
Yes, the dreaded “Unsafe Website” Warning. NOBODY wants that, trust me. A local business website without an SSL certificate could be losing hundreds, even thousands of dollars, every month, to their competitors!
Who wants their website to have this displayed when people visit it?
An SSL certificate acts as third-party verification for a website’s security. It verifies the strength of the Secure Socket Layer encryption. Used when a user connects to the site and connects that encryption to the organization or individual that owns and maintains the website. SSL certification and validation are a necessary piece of web security for any business that collects information from its users.
Different SSL certificates provide different levels of security, depending on the level of protection and security features your website and its users need. You may be familiar with visual elements such as Site Seals, the HTTPS:// protocol appearing in the URL, and the green bar. But there are less-visible functions that help protect your website and visitors.
HTTPS (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure) appears in the URL when a website is secured by an SSL certificate. The details of the certificate. Including the issuing authority and the corporate name of the website owner, can be viewed by clicking on the lock symbol on the browser bar.