Effective July 2018, Google Chrome Will Mark non-HTTPS Sites as “Not secure”
Google Chrome to place stronger emphasis when connections to websites are “not secure”.
HTTPS is the secure version of HTTP, which stands for “Hypertext Transfer Protocol”, the method used to transfer data between your computer and a website. The ‘S’ at the end of HTTP stands for ‘Secure’, which means that all data communication between your computer and the website are encrypted and unviewable by other parties in
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Gmail Offers New Confidential Mode
Add privacy to sent Gmail messages using Confidential mode
Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Spring Creators Update
New Windows 10 Features