Google today appear that it would soon warn Chrome users about “insecure” downloads, the first move in a plan to block them entirely.

“Today we’re announcement that Chrome will gradually ensure that secure (HTTPS) pages only download secure files,” said Joe DeBlasio of the Chrome aegis team in a blog post. “Insecurely-downloaded files are a risk to users’ aegis and privacy. For instance, insecurely-downloaded programs can be swapped out for malware by attackers and eavesdroppers can read users’ insecurely-downloaded bank statements.”

In April, starting with Chrome 82, the browser will warn users who are about to downloaded mixed agreeable executables from a secure website. That pop-up, according to Google, will look like the image below.


“In the future, we expect to added bind afraid downloads in Chrome,” DeBlasio wrote.

Both of the appointed warnings are also coming to the iOS and Android versions of Chrome, though they may be hardly delayed.

You can expect all mixed agreeable downloads — the afraid ones anyway — to be blocked in Chrome 86, which Google estimates will launch in October. The chart below helps to better outline the absolution appointed and what you can expect from future versions of Chrome.

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