Developers are finally thinking of adding security to their popular browsers

  • Developers are finally thinking of adding security to their popular browsers

    Posted by Unknown Member on 26 March 2021 at 1:37 am

    When version 90 of Google’s Chrome browser arrives in mid-April, initial website visits will default to a secure HTTPS connection in the event the user has failed to specify a preferred URI scheme.

    Lack of security is currently the norm in Chrome. As Google Chrome software engineers Shweta Panditrao and Mustafa Emre Acer explain in a blog post, when a user types “www.example.com” into Chrome’s omnibox, without either an “http://” or “https:// prefix,” Chrome chooses “http://.”

    The same is true in other browsers like Brave, Edge, Mozilla, and Safari.

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