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SSL Continues To March On

If you have a web site without a SSL certificate that has a “text input” field – think of a search field, a form, or a login field, for example – you have until October 2017 to get a SSL certificate on the domain, or that site will show as “Not Secure” in Google Chrome and eventually on Google search results.

At this point, it just makes sense to have a SSL certificate on your domain, as that is the direction of the web at this point.  Depending on your domain’s security needs, they range in cost from free to hundreds of dollars.

If you are a KFI client, we will be taking care of this for your site in the next few weeks.

Kessler Freedman, Inc.