Google is all set to lock down the web traffic that use encryption between the web server and browser.
As of January 2017, Google’s Chrome browser will start labeling sites with non-HTTPS sites that transmit credit card information and password as ‘not secure’.
Currently, all HTTP connections on Chrome are delivered through a neutral indicator. This means that before you can access a website, someone has the ability to change it before it even opens up for you.
Chrome is currently the most used browser in the world with at least 54% market share in desktop and mobile combined.
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