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Submission + - Google Chrome 25 Will Serve Searches Over SSL From The Omnibox For All Users

An anonymous reader writes: Google on Friday announced yet another security improvement for Chrome 25. In addition to killing silent extension installation, the omnibox in Google’s browser will send all searches over a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connection. Chrome already does this for users who are signed in to Google: when they search from the address bar, their queries are sent over HTTPS. As of Chrome 25, however, the same will happen for users who aren’t signed in to Google.
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Google Chrome 25 Will Serve Searches Over SSL From The Omnibox For All Users

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