• Google Chrome for iPhone and iPad: Everything you need to know!

    6 monthes ago - By iMore

    What's Google Chrome? Here's what you need to know!
    May 17, 2018: Google is changing how Chrome indicates site encryption
    Google Chrome will soon change the way it notifies users of site encryption. Currently, sites that use HTTPS are marked "secure" in the Chrome browser. Google says users should expect all sites to be secure, so it plans to make HTTPS the default, only indicating when a site uses unencrypted HTTP to serve up content.
    In essence, instead of pointing out secure sites with a visual indicator, insecure sites will get all the attention. When you connect to a site using HTTP...
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  • As the Web moves toward HTTPS by default, Chrome will remove “secure” indicator

    As the Web moves toward HTTPS by default, Chrome will remove “secure” indicator

    6 monthes ago - By Ars Technica

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    Back in February, Google announced its plans to label all sites accessed over regular unencrypted HTTP as "not secure," starting in July. Today, the company described the next change it will make to its browser: in September, Google will stop marking HTTPS sites as secure .
    Before and after representation of the removed "Secure" label.
    The background to this change is the Web's gradual migration to the use of HTTPS rather than HTTP. With an ever-growing fraction of the Web being served over secure HTTPS-something now easy to do at zero cost thanks to the Let's Encrypt...
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