With the up coming version Google Chrome 53, Google’s long-term vision of HTTPS is to implement their first phase, making HTTPS become the internet standard. Eventually, every single website without SSL will have a red warning symbol with “Not Secure” next to it within the Chrome environment. 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.
You can read it in detail on Google’s blog: Moving towards a more secure web
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