Google plans to mark all HTTP websites "not secure" with the release of Chrome 68. Starting in July 2018, users will see "not secure" in the omnibox of their Chrome browser when they visit sites not protected with HTTPS encryption.
Within the past year, Google has gradually flagged more HTTP websites as "not secure" in an effort to help users differentiate secure sites. It reports over 68% of Chrome traffic on Android and Windows is now protected, and over 78% of Chrome traffic on Chrome OS and Mac is protected. Further, 81 of the top 100 websites use HTTPS by default.
Google offers developers mixed content audits to help move their sites to HTTPS in the latest Node CLI version of Lighthouse, a tool for improving Web pages. It helps developers determine which resources a site loads using HTTP, and which of those can be migrated to HTTPS.
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