Website Scanner

What does this scanner do?
This free tool scans your website for two things:
1) Forms that handle login or payment information.
2) The installation of an SSL certificate. This determines whether your site will display warnings to visitors using the latest Google Chrome browser version.
Why should I scan my website?
You should scan your website to find out if it uses unsecure forms. If it does, Chrome 56--to be released in January 2017--will display a “not secure” message like this to visitors:
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Scan your website to see if it passes Chrome’s new security checks. It’s free.
Enter your website URL

This takes less than 2 minutes.

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Your scan is complete. Here are the results.
Chrome approves, but you can improve your site’s SEO
Your site won’t be impacted by the Chrome 56 release, but consider getting an SSL certificate to boost your site’s Google ranking. An SSL certificate not only secures your site and visitor information with HTTPS, it also improves your site’s search results. With HTTPS, your site displays the lock icon and assures visitors the information they enter on your site--from credit card numbers to email addresses--is encrypted and safe. Today, not using HTTPS affects your site’s search engine ranking. In the future, not using HTTPS could result in your site being labeled not secure by Google.
We found a problem
You have forms on your site that will trigger a “not secure” message in Chrome 56. To fix this problem, install an SSL certificate on your site and make sure that it is protecting the pages listed below.
We found a problem
We were unable to validate your certificate. Make sure that your SSL certificate is signed by a trusted Certificate Authority and is still valid.
We found a problem
None of the common names in the SSL certificate match the website domain.
Unsecure forms found
Once you install an SSL certificate on your website, make sure it is protecting forms on the pages listed below. You should configure your website to require HTTPS on these pages. There are a number of ways to do this, so we recommend checking your website software (WordPress, cPanel, etc.) documentation.
We found a problem
You have an SSL certificate, but it’s not protecting forms on the pages listed below. Unless you fix this, your website could be labeled “not secure” in Chrome 56. To resolve this problem, you should configure your website to require HTTPS on these pages. There are a number of ways to do this, so we recommend checking your website software (WordPress, cPanel, etc.) documentation.
You’re covered!
You have an SSL certificate protecting all parts of your website. As long as your SSL certificate is valid, you’ll be in good shape.
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