Google Chrome is making it much easier to inspect security certificates


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Google Chrome is making it easier to inspect how secure the websites you visit are without having to leave the page. The latest iteration of the browser brings back the ability to effortlessly look up certificate details straight from the security interface in the address bar. Users running the newest version Chrome (60) now have access to more details about security certificates and their validity by clicking on the padlock in the left side of the address bar. This will pull up an additional box where you can view the authority that issued the certificate as well as its expiration…

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