More sites than ever now use SSL certificates to ensure a secure connection. This is mostly because Google recently made changes to the way its browser, Google Chrome, works with SSL certificates. Now, whenever you to go a site that has a login function and there is no SSL certificate, the browser will warn you about the lack of security.
As sites add SSL certificates and remove insecure protocols from their servers, clients running older operating systems and browsers such as Windows XP and Internet Explorer may not be able to view them. The best way to remove this possibility is to simply update your system. Some browsers are also better than others regarding their security and the frequency of their updates. Here are three browsers we recommend using if kept up to date:
Security should always be a top priority when using the Internet for any purpose. Keeping your operating systems and browsers up to date will ultimately allow for better connectivity to our services. For more information about SSL certificates, browser security and the advantages and disadvantages of the most popular browsers available today, contact our team at IDMI.Net and we will be pleased to answer any questions you have.
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