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  1. Benjamin
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    Good decision. Every Hoster is offering free Certificates today, thanks to Lets Encrypt. My company is shipping new Hosting Plans by default on HTTPS. Customers have to change a Setting to go back to HTTP.

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  2. Jordan McAbee
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    So will websites with no SSL cert now automatically produce the “not safe” warning by Chrome?

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  3. Joseph
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    All this means is when you enter an unfinished URL it will automatically point to the secure 🔐 version (https) rather than pointing to http protocol and then redirecting.

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