Chrome 68, due out in July, will warn users about HTTP sites.
The time has come for all websites to migrate to HTTPS. You have until July when Chrome 68 releases.
Google has also pushed the date back a couple of times trying to avoid the massive disruption that will occur when websites start getting labeled, “Not Secure.”
If you haven’t been following, here’s what you need to know:
Google and the rest of the browsers have been working on this for a long time. Last year Google and Mozilla began the push towards universal encryption by changing the UI on their browsers. In addition to the padlock icon, any website with SSL is marked “Secure.”
The idea was that website owners would gradually adopt SSL as more and more features were being taken away.
The browsers also began marking HTTP sites “Not Secure.” This was done more gradually. The warnings started out just warning users when they were about to enter a password in an unencrypted field. Then towards the end of last year they turned up the volume even more and started marking any HTTP page with text fields “Not Secure.” Now, with the release of Chrome 68 in July, Google is cranking it up to 11. Any website served via HTTP is going to get the “Not Secure” indicator.
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