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HTTP sites flagged as "not secure" in Google Chrome

The next version of Chrome, released on July 24th, now flags all sites that use HTTP and not HTTPS as insecure in the browser. More information and an example can be found at https://security.googleblog.com/2018/02/a-secure-web-is-here-to-stay.html - this means that sites which have been used regularly will now be marked as not secure”.  While it cannot be guaranteed that the site is non-malicious, it can be explain why the site is now showing as “not secure” and the general advice for clients would be to avoid entering any private information into a site marked as non-secure.

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