Chrome 68 Updates and its effect on SSL for Hosting Providers
Tuesday, April 10th @ 10:00am PST
Length: 35 minutes
Join Cloudflare on Tuesday, April 10 at 10:00 am Pacific for a discussion on Google Chrome’s latest update Chrome 68 and how it will affect all of your customers from an SSL / encryption perspective.
Starting in July 2018, the Chrome browser will begin labeling sites that do not use HTTPS as "Not secure". This represents a significant change and many more people will encounter these Chrome warnings as a result. (Previously, Chrome only showed this indicator after someone entered text into a form on HTTP-only pages.)
For customers hosted on your services, they need a solution or will see their business severely impacted.
Cloudflare’s SSL for Hosts solution solves the Google Chrome 68 issue and makes the warnings go away, in a straightforward and scalable manner. It’s a managed CNAME solution that provides automated SSL certificate (DV) issuance for all customer domains (we handle issuance, private key storage, and renewals). However, it goes beyond just SSL and also delivers “blanket” CDN, DDoS, and WAF for your end customer domains with Cloudflare enterprise level support.