Google Chrome will warn users before entering data in an insecure formicola Dragoons
Chrome 86 will be a function of warning that the introduction of personal data on the page is not protected by HTTPS encryption and is therefore insecure.
Often on encrypted HTTPS pages have a form for entering personal data. In many cases, these forms of support only HTTP Protocol and not as protected as the page where
Now Google Chrome will warn users before entering any personal data, which forms are unsafe and do not support the HTTPS Protocol. So the company expects to protect personal data from
Google will also disable autocomplete on forms. When the user will notice that the autocomplete does not work, it will be an additional warning about the danger of entering
their data, passwords and Bank details.
Previously, Google tried to warn users about this issue, otherwise, the lock icon disappear from the address bar when it detects an HTTP form.
The company claims that such a warning was not clear enough — few people paid attention to it.
Google urges developers to translate the form to populate data on the HTTPS Protocol.
Encryption, Internet Protocol and cyber security