Secure URLs lable will not available for Google chrome
Google Chrome is the most popular and easy to use browser in the world. It works equally well on each and every device. Starting from laptops or desktops and ending at smartphones. Google keeps on introducing new update for Chrome in order to keep it compatible with the current pace of technology.
According to reports, Google is now planning to remove the secure URL label from Google Chrome. Sources suggest that the changes will take place in September this year. This change may take place due to the launch of Chrome 69 in September. Google has announced that it is set to launch a new version of Google Chrome in September which will be named as Chrome 69.
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A top official confirmed that Chrome 69 will not mark HTTPS sites as secure anymore. This is a result of Google’s focus on security aspects of Chrome. Google has also released an official statement regarding HTTPS sites previously. In the previous statement, Google said that it will mark all HTTPS sites as not secure in July 2018. Another source has revealed that things may go a level further in October. A red not secure warning will appear when users will start typing on HTTPS pages.
These all updates are upgraded versions of previous updates. A similar update was launched last year too when users started typing on sites that were not secure. So, users can now feel safe than before. All they have to do is to check on the navigation bar for the security of their site. Reports also suggest that Google Chrome is working on releasing more updates to ensure the safety of the users. So, let us all wait till September and see the new updates come in to action.