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Force HTTPS (SSL/TLS)

Automatically use HTTPS (SSL/TLS Certificate) on websites.

3.75 (4)
Publisher: JB
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What is Force HTTPS (SSL/TLS)?

Automatically use HTTPS (SSL/TLS Certificate) on websites..

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SUMMARY

"Force HTTPS (SSL/TLS)" automatically force your broswer to use HTTPS (SSL or TLS) instead of HTTP. HTTPS, also called HTTP over TLS or HTTP over SSL, use the TLS (or SSL, its predecessor) encryption protocol, designed to provide communications security on the network. It protects the data you send and receive through the websites, adding security and keeping your privacy. By default, "Force HTTPS (SSL/TLS)" will use HTTPS on all the websites, you can disable/enable this easily, anytime, but if you still want to use HTTP on some websites, you can disable HTTPS on a specific domain or even on a specific page. You can switch from HTTPS to HTTP or HTTP to HTTPS anytime on any page or domain. If you have a problem or want me to add some features, feel free to contact me :)

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The latest version of Force HTTPS (SSL/TLS) is available on the Chrome web and is currently being used by 3,000 active users. The initial version was launched on 2023-12-21.

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HOW TO INSTALL Force HTTPS (SSL/TLS) FROM A CRX FILE

  1. Download Force HTTPS (SSL/TLS) CRX file
  2. NOTE: Sometimes the browser may block downloading / installing CRX file from outside the Chrome Web Store. If so, you may need to download the ZIP file instead
  3. In the URL bar, go to chrome://extensions
  4. Enable Developer mode
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