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Not Secure!!

Yikes – your website is not secure! But don’t panic, it’s not the end of the world (yet).

First, let’s define what it means for a website to be “Not Secure.” Essentially, it means that the website is not using a secure connection (HTTPS) to encrypt and protect the data that is being exchanged between the website and its visitors. This can include sensitive information such as login credentials, credit card numbers, and personal data.

Now, you may be wondering why this is such a big deal. Well, without a secure connection, anyone can intercept and read the data that is being exchanged between your website and your visitors. This can lead to sensitive information being stolen, which can have serious consequences for both you and your customers.

So, what can be done to fix this problem? You’ll need to obtain an SSL (Secure Socket Layer) certificate, which will allow you to establish a secure connection with your website. You can obtain an SSL certificate from a variety of providers, and the process is usually fairly easy.

Once you have your SSL certificate, you’ll need to install it on your website’s server and configure it properly. This process can vary depending on your website’s platform and hosting provider, but there are plenty of resources available to help you through the process. Not feeling confident in doing this on your own? Working with an agency, like Tried and True Digital Marketing, can help ensure this is done properly.

In conclusion, a website that is “Not Secure” is a serious issue that can have serious consequences for both you and your customers. But, with a little bit of effort and the help of an SSL certificate, you can fix the problem and keep your website and your visitors’ data safe and secure.

Just remember to keep your SSL certificate up-to-date and renew it on time, otherwise, you will be back to square one, and your website will be ‘Not Secure’ again. And that’s not a good look for any business!