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    Those messages already appear on Chrome and Firefox.

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      I believe (in Chrome, at least) that currently, that’s only for forms with password or CC fields. Non-HTTPS sites with just generic fields don’t display “Not secure” in the address bar - at least for me.

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        Oh, I see. All text inputs now.

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        The article explains how this is changing in new versions of Chrome. I believe the Chrome team have a target to move away from telling people a site is “secure” and instead notify them for any site that is not secured with TLS. This is just one more step along that road.