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Written By Hanny Melissa on Monday, February 12, 2018 | Monday, February 12, 2018

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Google Chrome is a browser application used to surf the virtual world just like Firefox, Opera and so on. If Firefox was developed by Mozilla, Google Chrome was created and designed by Google, the world's largest Internet company that also owns Android.

The open source project used by Google is called Chromium, using a Webkit rendering engine up to version 27 and is designed to work at speeds above average but still light on desktop and mobile devices.

the first beta version of Google Chrome was born on September 2, 2008, four after the first news about the development of browser applications by Google rampant.

In this early version Google is still using the new Webkit rendering engine and is available for Windows XP devices.

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A few months wandering in the beta phase, on December 11, 2008 Google officially released Chrome to the public. It did not take long for Chrome to attract public attention, and in its early days, it claimed 1% of global browser user share, but dropped at 0.69% in October 2008. But after the stable version was released to the public, in December 2008 the percentage of Chrome users returned 1%.

Success in Windows, Google immediately developed the OSX version which started in early 2009 and the developer preview version was released on June 4th of the same year. 

New to the end of 2009 Google brings Chrome OS X version out of the preview phase to the beta, including for the Linux version. A year later, on May 25, 2010 Google finally released a stable version that supports all desktop platforms.

Google Chrome brings a host of excellent features, apart from the standard features found in most popular browser apps.

Chrome supports them, Javascript, HTML 5, CSS 2.1, and a host of features including private mode, multiple tabs, various theme options and extensions and additional third-party plugins, language options, and some other excellent features.

And Chrome is also committed to maintaining the security of its users, Chrome regularly downloads the latest file that lists phishing and malware.

With these features, Chrome will provide a warning when users access any of them or sites that contain potentially harmful.

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Still for security reasons, Chrome is armed with a key password feature that is enabled to protect passwords stored inside the app. For example internet banking passwords, social networking accounts, email and other online based services.

But recently or in 2018, Chrome announced it would mark an unencrypted HTTP site as an insecure site. An unsafe HTTP site will be affixed with a "Not Secure" note to the left of the address bar. This tagging will be performed on Chrome version 68 update.

It is planned that the new version of Chrome will be coming soon in July 2018. In the last version of Chrome browser, version 64, Not Secure warning still uses neutral icons using the letter "i" to the left of the address bar.

The new insecurity information can be found by clicking on the icon. While URLs with HTTPS protocol that has been encrypted, will be marked with a green padlock as well as a description of "Secure".

The background of this update is due to the increasing adoption of HTTPS as the default web. Chrome also records that as many as 81 of the top 100 sites have migrated to HTTPS.

Since 2015, Google has ranked unencrypted HTTP sites. A year later, Chrome version 56 embeds an insecure sign in an unencrypted HTTP site password column. Encrypting a site is indispensable. An encrypted HTTPS site protects the channel between browsers and sites visited.

The applied protection will prevent "third persons" from intercepting data traffic to steal information transferred from computer to server. Could be, a third person who can access the router or ISP will do the reconnaissance or inject malware into the main page.

Encrypting HTTP is actually easier to do. Encryption can take advantage of automatic encryption services like Let's Encrypt or Lighthouse made by Chrome that help improve HTTPS quality.

Still for security reasons, Chrome is armed with a key password that is enabled to protect passwords stored inside the app. For example internet banking passwords, social networking accounts, email and other online based services.

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