You should strongly consider getting your own HTTPS SSL Certificate. Sometime back Google has declared SSL as an official ranking factor and now the upcoming updates to Google Chrome browser will start to mark websites running without SSL certificate as “Not secure”.
As per the updates on new Google Chome versions expected to come before July 2018, visitors to your website using an up to date version of Google Chrome will notice a warning, which may put them off because most of the websites they visit on daily basis are properly SSLed.
You should also be concerned about your visitors’ sensitive data which consists of names, addresses, email addresses and payment information. If your website has a “logged in”, “members section” or “clients-area” on your website, then this too counts as sensitive personal information which needs to be protected.
How to use SSL on your website?
Start by subscribing an SSL certificate and then follow the steps given here. If you are a WordPress user then follow this tutorial. For further support email to email@example.com.
Google blacklist the websites that could be considered dangerous to visitors, and this makes it impossible for netizens to find such websites from search.
Website owners generally receive the first notification of hacked website from Google, especially if they are not using any website security and that means the damage has already been started on your website because Google has started to warn people from visiting your website.
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Google Safe Browsing is made to protect devices by showing a warning to users when they attempt to request some dangerous website or download dangerous files.
It also notifies webmasters when their websites are compromised and helps them diagnose, resolve the problem so that their visitors stay safer.
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It is important to keep themes and plugins updated on your WordPress website as hackers are always looking up for security issues to take advantage of it and plugin developers are not sitting bored to push up some unnecessary update, most of the updates are made to fix security issues. That is why you notice some minor WordPress versions with security release title.
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As said by Otto (WordPress Core Contributor), when a plugin is pulled for a security exploit, there is a specific sequence of events that is supposed to take place.
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