This week I've been hit with about 20 simultaneous warnings from Google Search Console letting me know that the non-HTTPS websites I'm managing are at risk and Chrome will show security warnings to its users, letting them know that my websites aren't very safe.
So this week we got yet another push from Google into forcing website owners to transition to HTTPS and its no joke, Chrome will indeed be updated this year, somewhere in 2017 and those notices will indeed be visible in Chrome for all users when they are browsing classic HTTP version sites.
Keep in mind I also got Search Console notices for websites that already have HTTPS. If you have both the HTTP and HTTPS version registered in Search Console the non-HTTPS version may get a warning.
This was the Search Console warning:
For the ones of you that didn't switch to a HTTPS my advice is to do it as fast as possible or at least before October 2017! Seriously, a HTTPS doesn't cost much and even if you don't want to pay for one you can still get one for free, there are plenty of tutorials out there teaching you how to get a HTTPS for free.