The release of Google Chrome 53 saw the first phase implemented in Google's long-term vision of HTTPS becoming an Internet standard. This comes on the back of a major milestone noted via Chrome browser usage.
More than half of Chrome desktop page loads are now served over HTTPS.
Not Secure treatment for HTTP
For now, Chrome is marking all non-secure sites with an information radial that further explains a website has no encryption. This will go a step further starting in January of 2017 for websites with password or credit card fields.
Eventually, every single website without SSL will have a red warning symbol with "Not Secure" next to it within the Chrome environment.
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