Google Chrome 80 official release: Enhance HTTPS, disable FTP, notify messages more silent

As previously announced, Google released the official version of Google Chrome 80 this morning, with windows, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS and other platforms available for download and installation or check for updates in a browser. Chrome 80 further enhances security, and also introduces more developer-friendly features, including the following.

1, under HTTPS automatically load the upgraded mixed content (audio and video, etc.). If you can’t rewrite the URL in the content of the page, the “Not Secure” tag appears in the address bar and http phonographic video is disabled by default, allowing only mixed-class pictures to continue loading.

Google Chrome 80 official release: Enhance HTTPS, disable FTP, notify messages more silent

In Chrome 81 in April this year, it will also be disabled by default if the content of http-mixed images does not redirect HTTPS.

2. Introducing a more stringent security classification of SameSite cookies, which allows third parties to call cookies only if HTTPS is set to None. In fact, as early as Chrome 51, SaMSIte cookies were first introduced, designed to block counterfeit cross-site cookie requests.

3, quieter message notification. When a page requests notification permission, banners or pop-up notifications are rendered in a quieter, more low-key manner, instead of taking up space in the middle or top/bottom of the page as it was.

Google Chrome 80 official release: Enhance HTTPS, disable FTP, notify messages more silent

4, label grouping, each group can be configured personalized color.

5, support SVG image, further reduce site resource consumption.

6, stop supporting FTP.

7, online contact selection and content index API.

Google Chrome 80 official release: Enhance HTTPS, disable FTP, notify messages more silent

It’s also worth noting that the release of The Chrome 80, google, has given a $48,000 reward to “bounty hunters” who find and propose BUGS.