Check out Malta Network Resources’ Travel VLOG in London 2019 below. A visit to Hammersmith in West London, the London Film and Comic Con Convention in the Olympia Hammersmith, the British Museum, the Cartoon Museum, as well as the Thames River, Croydon’s Carnival of Cultures and the Croydon Market.
Unfortunately it turns out that APS Bank is one of many websites Chrome will be labelling unsafe next April. Also, HSBC Bank Malta, Lidl Malta and Next will be labelled unsafe next October.
[UPDATE – The websites were all updated thus will not be labelled unsafe!]
According to computer security engineer Arkadiy Tetelman, who works at Airbnb according to his blog, out of one million websites he tested, just 11,510 are going to go be labelled unsafe in April, with 91,627 which will be blocked next October.
As the register explains, “thanks to a decision in September by Google to stop trusting Symantec-issued SSL/TLS certs, from mid-April Chrome browser users visiting websites using a certificate from the security biz issued before June 1, 2016 or after December 1, 2017 will be warned that their connection is not private and someone may be trying to steal their information. They will have to click past the warning to get to the website.”
APS Bank is one the text list of unsafe domains which can be found here. The certificates of these domains will be untrusted from next April. Similarly, HSBC Bank Malta is on the list of unsafe domain certificates which will be untrusted from next October. It can be found here.
I wrote to APS Bank, Lidl Malta and Next Malta via Facebook to let them know of this. HSBC does not allow messaging.
UPDATE: APS Bank and Lidl wrote to me informing me that they are working on the issue. Great news!
It seems that cats will have less place to stay starting from tomorrow, unless someone intervenes to stop the demolition. Tomorrow it will be too late.
How do you feel about this situation? What can be done?