Google Chrome to Get an 'HTTPS-Only' Mode


Following other browsers, Google Chrome will also be equipped with an HTTPS-Only Mode that loads websites over HTTPS by default. Chromestory reports this based on a code adjustment of the browser. When HTTPS-Only Mode is enabled, but the visited website does not support HTTPS, Chrome will show a warning and then load the site.


HTTPS-Only Mode is disabled by default. The feature can now be tested in the Canary channel of Google Chrome. When the feature, which is still in development, will be available in the final version of Chrome is still unknown, but 9to5Google expects this to be in Chrome 93 or 94. This version is planned for August and September. Firefox has had an HTTPS-Only Mode for some time and a similar feature will be implemented in Microsoft Edge next month 

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