Greetings and Happy New Year!

To give a safer web browsing experience from 2018 onwards, with strict enforcement in 2019, Google decided to flag the websites which do not have an SSL/TLS Certificate ( Security Certificates ) installed on their website.

If anyone fails to comply with this rule, all the popular web browsers used around the globe like Google Chrome & Firefox Mozilla will punish them by giving a warning message of ‘Not Secure’ on the URL bar. It could be possible that in the near future website may even get blocked to load on the browser. No matter which website you have, from a personal blog to any shopping portal SSL is mandatory, and not following it may result in loss of visitors which is not something a website owner would like to face.

Wrapping Up

How safe would you feel if your browser warned you about a website being “not secure”, "Your connection is not private, Attackers might be trying to steal your information"? Because that’s what will be shown in the upcoming version of Chrome ( November 2020 onwards ) if you don’t have an SSL certificate. Do you want that? Of course, you don’t. Open your website link, are you secure?

So, take time to check out the range of SSL certificates and add an unconquerable layer of protection to your website. 

Feel free to chat with us on the link below for more details or if you wish for the support team to install the SSL certificate on your behalf:

https://tawk.to/chat/5bf192fd79ed6453cca9f724/default 

SSL Link: https://buydomainkenya.co.ke/store/discounted-ssl-certificates 

 

Kind Regards.
BDK Support Team 
Tel: 0208000410



Thursday, January 7, 2021





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