Google Chrome 70 will suspend Hundreds of secure sites

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The next version of the popular google Chrome browser is coming soon, with Chrome 70 likely to see the light on October 16, but the version will be released and many secure sites will stop to work with a security error message for those sites will appear ti users.

The HTTPS system will stop the sites whose safety certificates are issued before June 2016.

It includes safety certificates issued by information protection and security companies such as Semantec, and other companies such as Thawte, VeriSign, Equifax and GeoTrust.

It is interesting to note that many of the famous sites are not yet ready for this moment, although they have had a full year to accomplish this. And avoid themselves falling into the trap of stopping.

It is very likely that the suspension will affect popular sites in some regions and countries.

Security researcher Scott Helm found approximately 1,399 sites from the Alexa list of the best one million sites Lies under the Security Code of Chrome 70, including the Indian Federal Bank, the SSRN and others.


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