Starting New Year's Day, Google will begin labeling as "insecure" all websites that transmit passwords or ask for credit card details over plain text HTTP.
If you use the ad giant's Chrome browser, and a lot of people do, in its 56th build and onwards any website that does not use a security certificate will feature a red exclamation mark and the text "Not secure," also in red, at the start of the web address.
Those that do use certificates and so have an HTTPS connection will continue to get a nice little green padlock icon.
Continued : http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/09/08/chrome_to_shame_non_https_sites/
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