Google Chrome will add support for DNS over TLS providers like CloudFlare


The internet was created to be an open infrastructure but it has become such an integral part of so many companies (and governments) that they have been trying to take advantage of its weaknesses. A popular topic around online usage these days is privacy. Not only is Google Chrome showing bigger warning signs of websites that are not using the HTTPS protocol, but it has also given a boost to websites’ rankings in its search engine for tho…
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  1. 03/04/2019

    […] this is a move in the right direction, Microsoft knows there is plenty of work to do. Indeed, Google Chrome still dominates the browser sector with 67.88% of the market, while Firefox is in second place with […]

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