How To Make Chrome Mark All Non-HTTPS Sites Not Secure In Red Color

How To Make Chrome Mark All Non-HTTPS Sites Not Secure In Red Color

This becomes helpful for some children and elders to recognize instantly which sites are not secure to communicate on or share information on if they are tagged in red color. After Chrome 68 update it’s already marking all non-HTTPS sites as Not Secure but in Grey color which may not look much suspicious to children or elders or non-tech-savvy users so why not mark them in Red color. Chrome has this very option in back-end settings. Follow below mentioned steps to do it.How To Make Chrome mark All Non-HTTPS Sites Not Secure In Red Color

How To Make Chrome mark All Non-HTTPS Sites Not Secure In Red Color

Setting it up

Access internal settings:

chrome://flags/

Look for:


Mark non-secure origins as non-secure

 

or use this direct link

chrome://flags#enable-mark-http-as

And set it to:

Enabled (mark as actively dangerous)

How To Make Chrome mark All Non-HTTPS Sites Not Secure In Red ColorResult

The result being all non-HTTPS pages in red color:How To Make Chrome mark All Non-HTTPS Sites Not Secure In Red Color


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