What next : Chrome/Firefox Shows HTTP Sites as Not Secure

In January 2017, with the release of Chrome 56, a “Not secure” message  presented on pages with password and credit card form fields that are not protected with an SSL/TLS certificate.

Google does not plan to stop there. In a to-be-announced release, Chrome will not show the circle-i, but will show the red triangle for all HTTP pages. This is the same indication that is provided for broken HTTPS sites and will further stress the “not secure” message.

Website owners and administrators need to consider Always-On SSL or the HTTPS Everywhere concept. Now HTTPS will provide the following advantages:

  • Security to all websites and pages regardless of content
  • Mitigate known vulnerabilities such as SSLstrip and Firesheep
  • Provide browser user privacy
  • Higher search engine optimization (SEO) for Google
  • Higher trust indication with a green lock icon and no “Not secure”

In a similar fashion, Mozilla Firefox :

This is a new feature that is available starting in Firefox version 51.

Firefox will display a grey lock icon with a red strike-through in the address bar, when a login page you’re viewing does not have a secure connection. This is to inform you that if you enter your password it could be stolen by eavesdroppers and attackers.

Starting in Firefox version 52, you will also see a warning message when you click inside the login box to enter a username or password.

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With proper installation of an SSL/TLS certificate, the “not secure” warning will disappear and be replaced by a green lock icon. Then the answer to the above questions will be “Yes, the site is secure.”

 

 

 

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September 2016 : Updates on Matrimony Software Script

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Photos display are no more cramped. They auto size themselves and show proportionately !

This will be part of the rollout this month !

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Matrimony Script : Matri4web – August 2016 Updates

Last month’s updates have been well received by our users, particularly the SMTP Authentication for All mails sent.

We have fine tuned the same now with more control.

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Matrimony Script : Matri4web – July 2016 Updates

The Following Updates are rolled on the new version of our matrimony script software :

Design upgrade to CHOTTA Mobile Version

Verification Documents  (ID proof and ADDRESS proof) can now be uploaded from user login. This will be visible only to ADMIN

SMTP Authentication for Emails sent via the matrimony script.

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