I don’t like the new change within Chrome 50 Beta when trying to view the type of HTTPS being used on the page. No details are given about if the page is using AES-GCM or AES-CBC as Chrome 49 and older used to. It was simple and it worked, why change it? The same goes for the key exchange mechanism, it’s no longer visible either.Expanding the Details section of the HTTPS icon doesn’t provide any more technical details. I can view the certificate used to secure the connection but why should I have to when Chrome 49 displayed the details easily and quickly?I realize not everyone cares for the technical details to be shown but at least please have the option to re-display them rather than remove them.Please re-consider this change or provide a means of re-enabling the older behavior. Thanks for your time.
I also like to view the type of HTTPS being used on the page. I am uninstalling 50 beta and going back to 49 so i can use view the https properly
I agree with both of you. They shouldn't have removed that!
http://prntscr.com/adt4iy 'Turn on the history of Material Design interface'? I have seen enough wrong translations but this one beats them up. Who did translate something like this? It's Polish BTW.
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