Around 75% traffic of Chrome is now over HTTPS. This includes Chrome on Windows and Android.
Tagged: SSL Certificate Revocation
Google Chrome team has started working on their experimental proposal to show non-secure websites as dangerous to the users.
Chrome on Android fails to check for certificate revocation completely, and connects users to a possibly malicious resource instead of the original and trusted resource.
This is very surprising that Google Chrome browser doesn’t check for SSL certificate revocation by default. This setting is turned off by default, and users need to turn on it manually from the Chrome’s Settings page.