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Google: Chrome’s Aggressive HTTPS Push Successful on Android, Mac, Windows
21 October 2017, 9:46 am

Google announced last year that Chrome browser would start flagging websites not using HTTPS to send sensitive user details like passwords or credit card data as “not secure” as soon as they were loaded, and the company now comes back to explain that this aggressive strategy is paying off.

The search giant explained in an announcement today that adoption of HTTPS is growing at a fast pace across the world, with no less than 64 percent of the Android traffic now secure, versus 42 percent last year. Google says figures have improved on Mac as well from 60 percent last year to 75 percent in 2018, while on Windows HTTPS adoption increased from 51 percent to 66 percent.

The company went on to reveal that out of top 100 websites right now, 71 of them are currently using HTTPS by default, and this is an increase from 37 percent last year.

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