Chrome will display unsafe warnings on the site
Dazzle Yi Three years ago (2017-08-24) Industry trends one thousand one hundred and fifty-three
According to Google's email notice to webmasters, chrome (version 62) will display a "no" when users enter text into forms on HTTP pages from October 2017 security ”A warning is displayed on all HTTP pages in traceless mode, even if there is no password.
Google said the URL on my site contains text input fields that trigger new chrome alerts (such as < input type = "text" > or < input type = "email" >). Webmasters need to look carefully to see where such warnings will appear so that webmasters can take steps to help protect user data.
Such new warnings are the first phase of a long-term plan for Google to mark all web pages rendered over the HTTP Protocol "unsafe.".
How to solve this problem: migrate to HTTPS
In order to prevent users from accessing the website via HTTP, please inform webmaster when accessing the website.
Impact on website
In the past, chrome was only used to prompt the page with password (for example, < input type = "password" >), which was not safe, because after all, not all websites had users system In this modification, as long as there is a text input box, it will prompt "unsafe", and the coverage of the website will be very large, because most of the websites or Blog All of them have message comment input box, so as long as the website with message comment input box will prompt unsafe, which is estimated to cover more than 80% or 90% of Internet websites.
In other words, it takes a lot of time to change the certificate of the website. It is not easy to change the certificate of the website every year. It is not necessary to change the configuration of the website manually.
PS: I just installed HTTPS for the blog, and it turned out... Forget it. I'm going to use Firefox.