Chrome 55 (latest beta build available via Chrome Canary) has the ability to specifically flag a HTTP website as non secure.
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Following on from my post the other day about how the current beta version of Chrome has the ability to mark websites as Not Secure. Google has now confirmed this will be implemented in Chrome 56 release…
HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) is a response header sent by a server to a user agent such as a browser telling it that it must only connect using HTTPS.
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