A lot of sites now default to https. Where beforehand i would have had to asked for https specifically (ie: typing out https://www.google.com) now even if I type out just www.google.com or even explicitly call http://www.google.com it will automatically go to the https version. How is this setup? is this part of the DNS records or is this a server side redirect?
Google announced the beta release of its new secure search engine this Friday. This search engine provides you with ssl encryption to protect your searches from interception, making it the first search engine to provide such a feature. All you have to do is use https instead of http to access this service.
Yesterday i have published my first app on Google store. The app have a share function that post the link of my app in the google play store. But i found a strange problem. if the link is with https like so https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.myapp.android, it doesn't display thumbnails and title of my app (i get "Not found").