Unsecure Content

Chrome has landed their change that allows you to mark unsecure (HTTP) content as insecure or dubious. Visit chrome://flags/#mark-non-secure-as to set the toggle. You can choose to mark as Dubious: …or as Non-Secure: The expectation is that eventually one of these modes will be the default for sites that are transferred over insecure protocols likeContinue reading “Unsecure Content”

Security UI

Over a decade ago, Windows started checking the signature of downloaded executables. When invoked, Attachment Execute Services’ (AES) UI displays the publisher’s information for signed executables; unsigned executables instead show a security prompt with a red shield and a bolded warning that the publisher of the file is unknown: In contrast, signed executables show aContinue reading “Security UI”