By ET Bureau - March 02, 2021 1 Mins Read
Google Chrome browser will start using HTTPS as default when the users forget to type HTTP or HTTPS prefix. These HTTPS-first changes arrive in Chrome 90, which is scheduled to be released in mid-April 2021.
This initiative is in line with the Chrome engineers’ efforts to increase browser safety and user privacy.
Currently, when someone types a link in the Omni box, the Chrome address bar will load the typed link, despite the protocol. However, if users do not add the protocol, the browser will add the prefix (HTTP://) automatically – in an attempt to load the domain with the help of HTTP.
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