Google Chrome announces plans to improve URL display, website identity | Advanced Mobile Spy Software
"Unreadable gobbledygook" is one way to describe URLs today as we know them, and Google has been attempting to redo their look for years. In their latest move to improve how Chrome—and of course, how the company hopes other browsers would follow suit—displays the URL in its omnibox (the address bar), Google's Chrome team has made public two projects that usher them in this direction. First, they launched Trickuri (pronounced as "trickery") in time for a talk they were scheduled to present at the 2019 Enigma Conference. Second, they're working on creating warnings of potentially phishy URLs for Chrome users. Watch out! Some trickery and phishing ahead Trickuri is an open-source tool where developers can test whether their applications display URLs accurately and consistently in different scenarios. The new Chrome warnings, on the other hand, are still in internal testing. Emily Stark, Google Chrome's Usability Security Lead, confesses that the challenge lies in creating heuristic rules