Experimenting at Scale with Google Chrome's SSL Warning
Web browsers show HTTPS authentication warnings (i.e., SSL warnings) once the integrity and confidentiality of users' interactions with websites square measure in danger. Prior analysis showed that the Mozilla Firefox SSL warning incorporate abundant lower Click-Through Rate (CTR) than Chrome. The authors tend to investigate many factors that would be responsible: the employment of images, further steps before the user will proceed, and elegance selections. This paper is to decrease the quantity of users WHO click through the Google Chrome SSL warning.