I guess it had to happen, my websites, and all other WWW traffic must become "Secure HTTPS://." Look at my new secure website plus the rebuild of the existing website.
For those that do not see the green padlock and an "S" on the end of HTTP in the new encrypted web address your days are soon to be limited to being warned that you are about to open an unsecured website... This will be followed in the next year by the browser refusing to open any unsecured website.
For those that don't know, to obtain this green padlock you must buy a security certificate from a third party at around $80... Yes another way for Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Android Browser to make more billions; however, this time it may well be worth the cost.
Have a look, what do you think. Should we all accept this forced encrypted secure web browsing?