As part of a long term plan to push the web to adopt HTTPS encryption, Google Chrome is now marking all plain HTTP sites as “not secure,” as of July 24, 2018, with the release of Chrome 68. Previously, the “not secure” warning was hidden behind the security indicator in the URL bar. That warning has become more prominent with the release of Chrome 68. The browser now immediately displays the “Not secure” message in the omnibox for all HTTP pages. Today Google announced a time frame for eventually marking HTTP sites with a red “not secure” warning.
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