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Are you sure that you always visit secure websites? Secure websites protect your data from any unwanted issues, data leakage and data theft for instance. Unfortunately, not all website visitors (Internet users) are aware of it. These days, we can notice secure websites in simple ways. If you simply find a padlock icon or HTTPS instead of HTTP, you visit a secure website.

So, what to do if you see a not secure warning in Chrome or other browsers? Let’s continue reading this article to gather related information. Are you familiar with SSL term? SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer, which most companies, organizations, or even individuals use to secure their websites. This is aimed to secure communication between website and user’s browser.

When you visit certain websites and get the not secure warning, it means that SSL Certificate installed to secure that website. However, you must also know that different website type needs a different type of SSL Certificate starts from Domain Validation, Organization Validation, to Extended Validation SSL Certificate.

Most of the website browsers warn every Internet user about not secure a website. The warning refers to the security lack of connection to that page. That warning alerts every internet user or website visitor that information sent and received with that page is unprotected. Aside from that, it can potentially be read, modified, or stolen by hackers or other parties.

One thing to note is that a not secure warning is not an indication that your computer or website you are visiting gets affected by malware. It serves to alert you that you don’t have a secure connection with that page. However, you also need to know that some websites may get secured partially. On the other words, not all pages on the websites are secure. That is why you see not secure warning only on insecure pages.

What Website Visitors Should Know and Do

As an internet user, you need to gather information, product & service, or something else through the internet. The however insecure websites you are visiting can harm especially your sensitive data. If you find not the secure page, you should avoid providing sensitive data and transactions. This helps you prevent experiencing any unwanted issue that can happen due to an insecure connection. Can you fix it as a visitor? Visitors can’t fix such that issue because the only one who can do it is the website operator by obtaining an SSL Certificate to enable HTTPS on the website. The website with SSL Certificate installation allows visitor’s browsers to connect securely with HTTPS protocol.

What Website Owner Should Know and Do

Enabling HTTPS protocol through the installation of an SSL Certificate is the solution to stop browser displaying a not secure warning. Make sure that you get a quality SSL Certificate issued by only trusted Certificate Authority like GeoTrust or RapidSSL. These CAs provide various SSL Certificates that can meet your different needs. If your website just provides information which is also known as a basic website, you can choose Domain Validation Certificate types like RapidSSL Certificate or GeoTrust QuickSSL Premium Certificate. To get the highest security level, your website needs Extended Validation Certificate like GeoTrust BusinessID with EV Certificate. With this certificate installed on your server, you can display the name of your company or organization on the address bar browser with a green bar feature.

Product Rating System

Your guide to select the best product

At SSLCerts, we always try to satisfy our customers, so we rate our products for you. First of all, we list the product based on their type/category of the certificate. Then we make a color code to make interpretation easier. Finally, we make a rate for the products in each category based on some SSL factors, features, and benefits.

Rating Factors :

  • Brand Power/Recognition
  • Encryption Strength
  • Issuance Speed
  • Site Seal
  • SAN
  • Reissuance
  • Price
  • Warranty
  • Mobile Compatibility
  • Browser Compatibility
  • Server Licenses
Categories Color Code
Domain Validated (DV) Certificates
Organizational Validated (OV) Certificates
Extended Validated (EV) Certificates
Wildcard Certificates
Multi-Domain/UCC Certificates
Code-Signing Certificates
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