More and more websites and blogs are moving to https protocol that is more secure and give security to its users. Https protocol is also a guarantee for those users that want to buy items from certain websites and may be at loss to know if the website is a trusted and secure one or not. Certificate information, under Chrome, (but this is true for majority of web browsers) can be easily found in the web address bar, by clicking the padlock icon. By clicking on such padlock the users can immediately know if the certificate in OK, up-to-date, who released it and other useful information that can reassure him on the trustworthiness of the website. Well, Google, to make things a little more complicated and trickier, decided to move the display of this information a couple of clicks away so that you won’t find the padlock on the web address anymore. Let’s see how to display the certificate information under Google Chrome.
- Open Google Chrome.
- Go to a website you want to view the certificate information of.
- Press F12.
- Switch to the Security tab located in the Developer Tools interface.
- right there you will find the button that shows you all the certificate information.
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