Something that is both simple yet highly reliable and hard to spoof is the justification they are up for. DNS servers are helping us get to website effortlessly for decades from now. But with Google thinking to roll it up is a bit speculating. With Google advocating that URLs have become very complicated and easy to get exploited by phishing schemes, it is on a verge to introduce something new. It’s still in the making to be revealed so soon.
Now, with Google Chrome celebrating its tenth birthday recently, major design overhaul. The browser features a whole new look including better tabs with customization, a password manager, among the top ones. In addition features and functions add to the browser in all aspects giving a path of work to the team to focus on changing URLs.
Google has considered the problem with URLs way before in 2014 when they tested “the origin chip,” which showed the name of the website a user was browsing; a Click on the chip reveals the entire URL. The feature had mixed reviews in the beta period leading to pulling it up. The team explained the doing as the feedback they received on the changes, back then to inform is currently affecting. There is no timeline statement given out by the organization for when engineers may implement some idea, but Porter Felt clarified that they were really interested to talk about the details later during this fall or the next spring giving us the way to anticipations.