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Chrome will start marking HTTP sites as 'not secure'

10 February 2018

In layman's language, HTTPS is the protocol over which data between your computer and the website you're connected to is sent.

"Chrome's new interface will help users understand that all HTTP sites are not secure, and continue to move the web toward a secure HTTPS web by default", Google explained in a draft blog post due to be published today and provided in advance to The Register.

Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is a variant of the standard web transfer protocol (HTTP) that adds a layer of security on the data in transit through a secure socket layer (SSL) or transport layer security (TLS) protocol connection. This is indeed a very huge number and to limit this number, the giant will mark all such websites as not secure and users will show this message whenever they try to open such websites on their Google Chrome web browser. Google has been trying to keep users away from unencrypted websites for years, starting by pulling down the ranking of such websites in Google search results and placing similar warnings for unencrypted password fields.

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Here's how it'll look in Chrome 68, compared to the current treatment of HTTP pages. With the upcoming Chrome 68, the labeling will extend to a larger chunk of HTTP websites. Google is planning to release a new version of its Google Chrome with Chrome 68 and this new update will start rolling out with the updated version.

According to the announcement by Schechter, the decision was based on the increased adoption of HTTPS encryption.

Google itself has been moving over its numerous online properties to HTTPS since 2014.

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What Does HTTPS Encryption Do?

The technology uses advanced encryption algorithms to ensure the data transmitted between the browser and website can not be read by anyone else. The "S" means the connection is "secure" and that any communication between you and the website is encrypted and less prone to attack.

The U.S. and Canada are relative laggards-only about 87 percent of web traffic to Google in both these countries is encrypted.

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Chrome will start marking HTTP sites as 'not secure'