From January 2017, Chrome and Firefox started flagging all web pages that accept passwords or credit-card details and don’t use HTTPS as insecure.
This is an important change in browser behaviour. Previously, browsers only flagged pages as insecure when HTTPS itself is broken, for example, when a site’s certificate isn’t valid, or the site uses outdated encryption.
So what does this change mean for site owners and operators?
Our recent updates to our Real User Monitoring (RUM) solution have been all about bringing you new insights into how your website’s performance relates to visitor behaviour and business metrics.
The latest improvements are about making those insights easier to find.
We want to make load testing as straightforward as possible. We’ve therefore been making some big improvements to our self-service load testing solution.
As part of this process, we’ve upgraded the Scenario Wizard – the online tool that helps you build your load test quickly and painlessly.