The world’s most popular internet browser, Google Chrome, aims to increase user security. With the new feature, Chrome will warn users of dangerous sites.
Google Chrome will block forms for user security
Since digitalization has become the most valuable source of data, privacy and security are now among the essentials of today. Google is working on new features for this.
Continuing to make improvements to the popular internet browser Chrome, Google has added an important innovation to Chrome 86. By uploading the #Disable Autofill for mixed forms tag to Chrome 86, Google specifically aims at users filling out forms safely. If the form will be filled out via https and transferred via the http protocol, Chrome will not automatically fill out the form on that page. Users will even be given an unsecured connection warning.
However, there will be no disconnection. So users who want to can fill out the forms on these sites manually. Therefore, it is of great importance for developers to check their websites. When developers who want to activate the #Disable Autofill for mixed forms effect in the chrome: // flags section in the Google Canary browser, they will not be stuck with this automatic form filling restrictions.