Chrome 90 will be much more secure thanks to the HTTPS protocol active by default

Google is now ready to release the latest major update of Chrome : the version 90 will bring a welcome news that will increase the safety of users while surfing the net.

Years after its release, HTTPS will finally be active by default in the browser of BigG . This protocol, now widespread and adopted by the vast majority of websites, guarantees encrypted communication between client and server and is essential when passwords or other sensitive data are entered on the network . With Chrome 90 , if a URL does not include the https: // prefix, this will be automatically “added” by the browser, also speeding up navigation.

Chrome will still use HTTP for those sites that don't support HTTPS. This new feature will be available on Chrome 90 on desktop and Android and later for iOS .