Google Chrome has no support for File Transfer Protocol

Google , θα σταματήσει να υποστηρίζει όλες τις διευθύνσεις FTP από την σταθερή έκδοση του Chrome 80 και μετά, ενώ η εταιρεία σχεδιάζει να αποσύρει εντελώς τον related to FTP since Chrome 82.

The μεταφοράς αρχείων (FTP από το Transfer Protocol *) που χρησιμοποιείται από τους ιστότοπους για τη μεταφόρτωση και τη αρχείων είναι αρκετά παλιό και δεν διαθέτει κρυπτογράφηση. Ωστόσο ορισμένοι κατασκευαστές υπολογιστών διαθέτουν προthe ή και ενημερώσεις firmware από τοποθεσίες FTP, κάτι που δεν είναι ασφαλές.

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Google Chrome

In Chrome 76, if you try to access images or PDF files on FTP sites, downloads can be made, but files cannot be displayed by the browser (you can not read online before downloading). However, Chrome still displays the directory listings of the contents of an FTP server.

But today, Google he said its intention to stop generally supporting FTP URLs in Google Chrome.

Company employee Justin Tervay reports that the current implementation of the FTP code in Chrome does not support encrypted ones . With minimal use of FTP addresses in Chrome and various FTP applications available on all platforms, Tervay states that "it no longer makes sense to invest in FTP support."

So the development of Chromium has fully support for accessing FTP addresses, investing more in secure HTTPS addresses.

The company plans to remove directory listing and downloading via Google Chrome from unencrypted links in accordance with the timetable displayed here (Google doc).

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  1. eeee let us cut off access… and the solution is uninstall and back to firefox or anyone else….
    If it is to open another browser to download drivers or things I want from pages that have them with ftp link… I would prefer to use a solution to do everything… and not to change from here and there…

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