Google has been trying to get sites to switch over to HTTPS for some time and now the search giant has started to mark HTTP sites as Not Secure in their Chrome browser.
The majority of sites ourselves included have made the switch to HTTPS, although some big sites are still using HTTP.
According to a recent report by the BBC, around twenty percent of the world’s top five hundred websites are still using HTTP, this includes sites like the Daily Mail, Argos and more.
The change comes as Google has release its new Chrome 68 software which will now hightlight non secure sites to let users know.
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