Almost every site you goto is protected by HTTPS. HTTPS allows the sites to be more secure and helps with SEO. But having HTTPS turned on is a problem with developers who are working on their local environment. Most developers run on
http://localhost , but when you are using HTTPS, you need to use
Turning on HTTPS for Chrome
The easiest way to get to
https://localhost without issuing yourself a certificate is turning on flags on Chrome. As of Chrome 88, follow these steps to turn on https to develop on localhost.