To continue to use this website you first need to accept the use of cookies. We only use cookies to improve your experience on our website and do not use tracking cookies. You can read more at this page.

Long live HTTP. It's officially dead now.

Be it a transaction that involves thousands of dollars or a simple login to a website, these kind of things should be kept completely secure. Heck even just viewing a website should be encrypted. This is done with SSL certificates.

As a result, Google has made it harder for unsecure websites that just use HTTP to gain popularity. Chrome now flags unsecure websites as standard which means that unless the site uses HTTPS, Chrome will notify you by displaying "Not Secure" on the URL bar when you visit the page. You can read more at

Jambour Digital offers SSL on all websites so you don't have to worry about that!

Posted by jamiebalfour04 in General
Powered by DASH 2.0 (beta)