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HTTPS-only mode added to Chrome Browser

Google has added a HTTPS browsing feature to chrome.

From the changelog
"A new HTTPS-only browsing mode. Add --force-https to your Google Chrome shortcut, and it will only load HTTPS sites. Sites with SSL certificate errors will not load. "

Release Notes

Very cool.


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Hopefully Google will fix the CA:

hi guys/gals;
where in the "google chrome" can I set appropriate settings to force it run https(tcp port:443) only instead of http?!?
I want to set the https protocol as default for google chrome to browse websites!