The Chrome browser identifies HTTPS encrypted web pages with a green padlock. This note should be dropped soon, because the network is “safe by default,” says Google.
Internet users should expect that the Web is “safe by default,” says Google. It is therefore no longer necessary that the Chrome browser HTTPS encrypted web pages particularly mark.
So far, such pages are visible in the address bar on a green padlock, also stands behind a clearly visible “safe”.
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