Starting in January, Chrome users that are navigating HTTP sites will start to be notified that they’re on a site that isn’t secure.
Chrome is getting serious about websites that don’t use encryption. The latest version of Chrome to be released will now include a warning for unencrypted login sites, according to a post written by Emily Schechter. A member of Chrome’s Security Team alerted users of the planned changes on the Google Security Blog. Chrome 56 and higher, which is planned to rollout in the coming weeks, will mark HTTP login pages as “not secure” in a window next to the address bar.