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HTTP is Becoming a Thing of the Past. Google Chrome to marks all HTTP pages "Not Secure".
The web browsers want the entire internet encrypted immediately. And they're using a number of initiatives to accomplish that. Back in February of 2016, when this push began, just 3% of the internet was encrypted (per a Netcraft report). Today, Google measures encrypted traffic at around 80%. That's serious progress, but still a long way from complete encryption.
So hurry, starting July 24th, 2018 Google Chrome will show a "Not Secure" warning on all HTTP webpages.
Encrypt every website with SSL/TLS
The browser community is not messing around when it comes to its push for universal encryption. Though the browsers originally started by incentivizing HTTPS, today they are actively penalizing websites that are still served via HTTP.
Early in 2017 Google began warning users when websites had insecure login fields. Then in October, the warning expanded to any insecure text field. In July, Google Chrome will mark all HTTP webpages as not secure. Later in 2018, Google plans to make the Not Secure warnings more forceful, as they push for all websites to switch to HTTPS.