How to configure Chrome to open only the contents of sites in HTTPS
The security is never enough but with the evolution of technology will increase the barriers. So, over time, the protocol to access websites has become more secure, passing from HTTP to HTTPS by adding encryption of the data exchanged so as not to be intercepted.
All browsers allow access to both HTTP and HTTPS sites and of course it is highly recommended to use the latter to keep privacy safe. So even on Google Chrome we can set exclusive access to the contents of all websites that use HTTPS and not access those HTTP.
The function in particular allows you to block access to certain sites but today we will see how to exploit it to access the most secure websites and keep away those unsafe.
Let’s see how to do it.
Guide to set up Chrome to access only HTTPS sites
- Type chrome://settings/content in the URL bar (Addresses) to access Google Chrome settings.
- Click on the “Add” button under the Block item.
- Type https://* .
- Click the Add button to add the new rule to the browser.
Finally, restart Google Chrome to get the change enabled. Doing so will block access to content on websites that do not use the HTTPS connection.
If some websites are not displayed correctly you have to repeat the procedure and under the entry Allow you have to enter the link of the website you need to access.