In the previous article, we wrote an article to tell that Google Chrome starts to warn users about HTTP sites. That said, all those websites will be marked as Not Secure, especially when they ask for users’ details, such as username and password.
However, if you don’t like this warning, there is a way to disable it. All you need to do is to follow some simple steps, and the “Not Secure” sign will not disturb you anymore.
Firstly, open your Google Chrome browser, copy: chrome://flags, paste into the address bar of the browser and then hit Enter key.
Scroll down and find “Mark non-secure origins as non-secure” option. You can also press Ctrl + F and search for this option. It’s obviously faster than scrolling and looking for it.
In this setting, change the option to “Always mark HTTP as neutral” to disable the “Not Secure” warning.
If you want to enable it back, repeat the above steps and change the option of “Mark non-secure origins as non-secure” to “Default“.
After you adjust the setting, you need to relaunch the Google Chrome browser to the change to take effect. After disabling this feature, you will no longer see the “Not Secure” warning, even accessing a page that starting with HTTP that asks you to enter your username and password.