Google Chrome will warn on each unprotected page on the websites
Campaign owners web sites to switch to secure HTTPS Part of Google strategy to create safe Internet. Starting with version Chrome browser 62 will be even harder to warn users about visiting websites with HTTP Protocol. When you try to enter any data in the fields on the website in the address bar appears immediately notice the absence of the necessary security Protocol. Continue entering data it does not hurt, but the user will be warned about potential risks.
A few months ago, starting with Chrome 56 in the address bar of the browser to the right URL there appeared a notice “connection to the website is not protected” if the page via insecure HTTP Protocol asks for a password or credit card information. In the future, Chrome will place a notice of unsafe each potentially problematic page. The final version of Chrome 62 will be available tentatively in October this year.
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