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Nonsecure Collection of Passwords will trigger warnings in Chrome 56
#1
In The Name Of Allah
Al-Salam Alekum

Hi, Guys google sent me this msg, Google recommend us not to use Google Chrome.

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Nonsecure Collection of Passwords will trigger warnings in Chrome 56 for  
http://redsec.tk/


To: owner of http://redsec.tk/

Beginning in January 2017, Chrome (version 56 and later) will mark pages  
that collect passwords or credit card details as “Not Secure” unless the  
pages are served over HTTPS

The new warning is the first stage of a long-term plan to mark all pages  
served over the non-encrypted HTTP protocol as “Not Secure”

Google Chrome not a trust web Browser.

Wa Salam Alekum
Rs
* Thankful to Allah *
Kurdy
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#2
There is nothing wrong wth the message actually. The end user won't mind having this sites "blocked" (cause you still can acess them even flagged)
Why? Cause the end user only uses sites with HTTPS. It is even safer to the end user to have this, cause if you think about it, pishings works for a reason: end user is dumb.
So, not saying that chrome is trustable, there are indeed a lot of reasons to say that they are not. But in the other hand, this is not a reason: This is a security measure for the end user to be safer, and i agree with them.

As i said before, if they really want to acess the website, they shall do it, it is only a warning after all.
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(05-29-2017, 12:54 PM)Lakestores Wrote: There is nothing wrong wth the message actually. The end user won't mind having this sites "blocked" (cause you still can acess them even flagged)
Why? Cause the end user only uses sites with HTTPS. It is even safer to the end user to have this, cause if you think about it, pishings works for a reason: end user is dumb.
So, not saying that chrome is trustable, there are indeed a lot of reasons to say that they are not. But in the other hand, this is not a reason: This is a security measure for the end user to be safer, and i agree with them.

As i said before, if they really want to acess the website, they shall do it, it is only a warning after all.

I know the message is fine, it's just a sort of warning for a members who have accounts here.
But in other hand it show the untruth side of Chrome.
HTTPS is safer than HTTP protocol but Chrome work aren't legal to make it dangerous for members.
Rs
* Thankful to Allah *
Kurdy
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(05-29-2017, 06:40 PM)Mr.Kurd Wrote:
(05-29-2017, 12:54 PM)Lakestores Wrote: There is nothing wrong wth the message actually. The end user won't mind having this sites "blocked" (cause you still can acess them even flagged)
Why? Cause the end user only uses sites with HTTPS.  It is even safer to the end user to have this, cause if you think about it, pishings works for a reason: end user is dumb.
So, not saying that chrome is trustable, there are indeed a lot of reasons to say that they are not. But in the other hand, this is not a reason: This is a security measure for the end user to be safer, and i agree with them.

As i said before, if they really want to acess the website, they shall do it, it is only a warning after all.

I know the message is fine, it's just a sort of warning for a members who have accounts here.
But in other hand it show the untruth side of Chrome.  
HTTPS is safer than HTTP protocol but Chrome work aren't legal to make it dangerous for members.

Ir doesnt, just warns that it might not be safe
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