Google has recently announced that it's Chrome browser will stop trusting the Symantec certificate authority. This means that websites secured using an SSL certificate issued by Symantec or one of it's subsidiaries will begin to not work in new Chrome browser versions. It is estimated that around one third of the world's secure websites will be affected by this move.
Unfortunately, all SSL certificates we have provided to our customers were issued by GeoTrust, a subsidiary of Symantec. Without further action, websites secured with these certificates will begin not working in Chrome browser versions due to be released from July 20th 2018. We take this issue very seriously, and have been assured by our certificate provider that all of the SSL certificates we have issued to our customers will be replaced in due course by certificates that are trusted by all versions of Google's Chrome browser.
We will provide further updates over the coming months. If you have any questions, concerns or comments, please don't hesitate to Get in Touch.