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Nix to the mix: Chrome to block passive HTTP content swirled into HTTPS pages

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Would malware in ads be a similar example?

I have seen pornography or malware delivered via compromised ad sites that rely on HTTP to pull in the unwanted content as they can't use HTTPS without the necessary certificates.

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