HTTP / 3 What It Is And How It Will Make The Web Much Faster

Cloudflare already supports the HTTP / 3 protocol, which is already in Chrome Canary and will soon be added to Firefox Nightly. The new template will make our internet browsing much faster and safer. Let’s take the things from the beginning: Browsers, web servers, and other Internet infrastructure services are beginning to support a new […]


How To Choose A Great SSL Certificate For Maximum Security & Protection

SSL Nowadays, SSL certificates are one of the most important things for each website. They are incremental for keeping the users safe and their information encrypted. This includes credit card information, usernames, passwords and any other critical information involved. However, there are a lot of choices when it comes to choosing the proper SSL certificate […]


Chrome to force .dev domains to HTTPS via preloaded HSTS

  tl;dr: one of the next versions of Chrome is going to force all domains ending on .dev (and .foo) to be redirected to HTTPs via a preloaded HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) header. This very interesting commit just landed in Chromium: Preload HSTS for the .dev gTLD. This adds the following line to Chromium’s preload lists; { […]


Google Begins Campain Warning Forms Not Using HTTPS Protocol

Google has started sending warnings if your site uses forms that are not using HTTPS protocol. The warnings signal that starting in October they will be flagging your site as “not secure” in the address bar. If you’re still thinking about how HTTPS fits into your website architecture, might be time to get on that… […]


Android Users Can Now Read Websites Even Without a Connection Available

Chrome for Android now lets you save entire websites for reading later. It’s perfect for folks who want to read where a connection isn’t available, like on the subway. It’s only available for Android users right now, unfortunately, but iOS users should try “Read it Later” or “Pocket.” Google rolled out a new feature for […]