Now that HTTPS is becoming the norm and "users should expect that the web is safe by default," future versions of Chrome will no longer show a green security badge to indicate whether a website is secure or not. On the flip side, HTTP sites will now carry a red warning label to warn users that they are visiting an insecure page. By May 12, 83 percent of websites visited by people browsing on Chrome using Windows were HTTPS pages. It's gotten to the point for Google where you're much more likely to visit an HTTPS page on Chrome than a nonsecure page. With that mindset, if something is the norm, you don't really need a label telling you that everything is normal.