You have a epiphany and most brilliant idea for a startup that’s going to be bigger than indoor plumbing. You’re confident that it will rake in millions after just a few short months. With excitement built up, you get ready to gather your resources and start recruiting minions.
It’s finally reached that time where Google is pushing website owners to be more secure. For quite some time the promise from Google that it would start enforcing secure websites has been looming. It’s now official. Starting in October of 2017, Google Chrome version 62 will begin displaying a “NOT SECURE” warning for sites not using the https protocol.