They've been warning us for months that they will start flagging unsecure websites. And it's done. With the latest Google Chrome update, every http website which has a contact form or requests any information will warn the user that they can't trust your website.
The way it works: as soon as a user begins typing any information into a search bar, contact form, or whatever, a warning pops up in the address bar and says "Not Secure." In other words, don't trust this website; your information could be stolen.
The message from Google is clear; either migrate your website to https or alienate your website visitors. For that reason WebX is now providing a guaranteed HTTPS Encryption Service. You can check it out HERE.
Whether you choose to use a professional service or attempt to do it on your own, there's never been a better time to get your website encrypted. The credibility of your website, and therefore your business, depends on it.