Is it possible to force a client (browser or host machine or etc) to only make https connections to a specific URL/domain?
(preferably non-admin/root fixes if possible)
Here is a fabricated scenario:
Lets say someone hosted a website, and they didn't put in an http -> https redirect and the web-server is serving requests on both 80/443 http/https respectively.
We are the client machine we work at a company and they wont fix the web-server for one reason or another. We do not have other machines to use as a proxy and have no control over the network. Now we could just make a bookmark (or other form of workflow that forces our actions to always reach https) but there has to be a way built in to browsers that can, say, "Do not connect to this domain/url unless using this protocol".
This would be my preferred approach if possible.
This is very frustrating for people who are security focused as accidentally hitting the http version will leak your session ID and if you login there RIP password.
I searched online but surprisingly found nothing.