GOOGLE REMOVING HTTPS INDICATION IN GOOGLE CHROME 69 WHICH IS RELEASING ON SEPTEMBER
Google will remove HTTPS indication on it’s next updated version i.e. on Google Chrome 69. There is a latest news coming out from google about Google Chrome browser. As we all know that google chrome is one of the most popular web browser and billions of peoples all over the world using this browser due to it’s fast performance. Google is popular for it’s quality customer support as time to time he is trying to make changes in features of Google Chrome browser to make User experience more better.
Now on next version i.e. Google Chrome version 69 which is going to be released on September 2018, Google will remove the HTTPS indicator from web browser to improve the security and to make web browsing more safer.
Google made HTTPS mandatory on it previous release i.e. on Google Chrome 68. After this update of google every website owner started to move their websites from HTTP to HTTPS. Those who not yet moved to HTTPS the Browser started to show that “Your connection to this site is not secure“.
The concept behind hiding the HTTPS and the Green secure band is now google is considering that all websites are secure and everyone using HTTPS and it’s making no sense of showing HTTPS green band. those who are still using HTTP will shown as Non Secure. Google has also announced that HTTPS is as a ranking factor.
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As per official announcement on October 2018 The Google Chrome version 70 will release and all those websites using HTTP will display a Bold Red Non Secure warning.
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