What Chrome's 'Not secure' warning for unencrypted HTTP websites really means

What Chrome's 'Not secure' warning for unencrypted HTTP websites really means

Google’s taking a more aggressive role in encouraging websites to encrypt their connections to protect user data. Chrome 68 starts rolling out today, and browser update labels any site that isn’t using HTTPS with a valid certificate as “Not secure” in the address bar. Previous versions of Chrome took a more positive angle, giving encrypted websites a green “secured” lock icon.

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