From 24th July 2018, over 60% of UK websites will look like this in Chrome, the UK’s #1 browser...

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The next release of Google Chrome, Chrome 68, will actively mark HTTP sites as NOT SECURE from Tuesday 24th July 2018. Other browsers will do the same, as shown in our guide below.

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This is how HTTP sites will look in each of the main browsers

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Trustify only deploys authenticated certificates, supporting the new Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) designed to prove your identity.

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This is how HTTPS sites will look in each of the main browsers

Make sure 100% of your organisation’s websites look like this

before this happens

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The Hidden Costs and Unseen Risks of

Free DV SSL Certificates

  • Free SSL certificates are not free to the end-user. Hosters and Content Delivery Network providers charge for the installation and management of these SSL certificates.

  • So-called, free SSL certificates have also been used by Criminal Organisations to legitimise over 15,000 Phishing sites. These phishing sites are used by online criminals to illegally capture the card details and credentials of innocent victims of fraud.
    www.digit.fyi/hmrc-cyber-crime-phishing/
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  • There is also an inherent risk associated with some of manual methods of deployment used to install them, creating unnecessary website security vulnerabilities.

  • The London Protocol (launched in June 2018) introduces new standards for business checks, domain validation, certificate issuance and monitoring as a strong anti-phishing initiative.

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