How to protect yourself from bl2 protection
Bl2 protection is a new feature in Chrome that uses HTTPS to block access to certain websites, such as YouTube, while the user is on an unencrypted website.
The Chrome browser has the option to block all sites that use Bl2 encryption, but if a user opens an unopened YouTube video in Bl2, Chrome will try to encrypt it and block the video from showing.
Bl2 protection also has a number of benefits for users.
It prevents a user from seeing a YouTube video that’s been compromised, and if an unauthenticated user opens a YouTube Video in Bling it will also block any YouTube video from being played.
Bling users can also use Bling-enabled websites to download YouTube videos, making it even easier for them to watch them.
Bling encryption is a security feature that Google introduced in 2015 to protect its own websites from malicious attacks.
Bl2 protects websites from being exposed to a malicious user that tries to gain unauthorized access.
Bl2 is available in all versions of Chrome.
To learn more about the features Bling offers and how to enable Bling protection, visit the Chrome Developer Blog.