We’ve now applied HTTPS security to all pages on our Hudl 2 repairs site. This means that when you browse the pages of the site your connection is guaranteed to be private. In theory at least, with a HTTP site, it’s possible for the connection to be hijacked and the page to be manipulated before you see it. HTTPS prevents this as any tampering with the page results in a browser security warning.
We’ve done this as Google are planning to release a new version of Chrome next year that specifically warns people when they are about to access a non HTTPS website. We also take your security very seriously.