Google Chrome version 56 (based on the open-source Chromium web browser) is scheduled to be released at the end of the month. One of the major user-level changes is how sites without encryption will appear. Until now there has just been a lowercase letter “i” with a circle around it — this was typically an indicator to get more information about the site. In the upcoming version this symbol will be accompanied by a “not secure” message to indicate that the site is not secure:
Google has also indicated that future versions of Chrome will continue to make sites that are not encrypted appear with a more prominent warning symbol:
Google warned about this back in September of 2016.