I got an awful email from Google last night saying that my blog has a security issue and the Chrome would start warning people about it in October. Right off the bat you know it's bullshit, because if it were a real security issue, how could they justify waiting until October?
It is bullshit. At one time I had my own search engine that searched this site and other blogs, because Google wasn't yet doing a great job of indexing blogs.
Google is ramping up its efforts to make HTTPS ubiquitous on the web, by issuing new warnings in Chrome and launching its own root-certificate authority.
Google's Chrome web browser is stepping up alerts when you use sites missing that all-important HTTPS security padlock designed to stop online eavesdropping. More »
Google has announced that, starting next year, the Google Chrome browser will block auto-play videos unless the user has demonstrated interest in the video or the video is set to mute. Sounds great, right? Everyone hates auto-play v...
Dear Lifehacker, Google Chrome's security padlock is freaking me out. When I'm on sites that should be secure—like, say, Gmail—Chrome is giving me warnings that the page isn't secure. What's going on here? More »