Reminder: Google Chrome soon to mark HTTP traffic as insecure

Back in February, we published a blog post informing our customers that Google Chrome, the popular web browser now responsible for almost 60% of web traffic, will be releasing an update (version 68) in July 2018 which marks ALL HTTP traffic as insecure.

This is a reminder that you must have a valid SSL certificate (the green padlock or bar that you see when browsing secure websites) covering your entire website by then or you risk loosing a large proportion of your visitors.

If you have any questions, concerns or wish to purchase an SSL certificate from us which we can install for you please do not hesitate to reach out to us by emailing

Click here to read the old blog post which goes in to a bit more detail about SSL certificates, HTTP/HTTPS and Google Chrome’s decision.

Vulnerability in PGP mail encryption

PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) is an encryption mechanism which is often used by businesses to encrypt confidential email communication.

A serious vulnerability has been discovered which allows access to the plain text (unencrypted) messages sent using this encryption protocol.

You can read more at a dedicated website set up to give users information and advice about this vulnerability (click here).

If you are using this encryption method with any Anu products and want more advice, please feel free to contact us by emailing