Microsoft Edge Platform Status

View the status of web platform features in Microsoft Edge (Chromium) and Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML).

Note: This is not an exhaustive list of features. We will add more features to this list over time.

Features (15 Results)

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Allows you to create an allow list of sources of trusted content, and instructs the browser to only execute or render resources from those sources.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

An evolution of the Content Security Policy specification, allowing developers to create a whitelist of sources of trusted content, and instructing the browser to only execute or render resources from those sources.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Not Supported in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

Credential Management API describes an imperative API enabling a website to request a user’s credentials from a user agent, and to help the user agent correctly store user credentials for future use.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Partial Support in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Not Supported in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    In development in Safari

Allows script loaded via a CSP2 nonce-based or hash-based whitelist to load other script, enabling developers and site administrators to reduce their reliance on whitelists and to tighten CSP implementations.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Not Supported in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari

Allows a server to instruct the user agent to upgrade insecure requests via a Content-Security-Policy header. This directive is meant to make it even easier for a site administrator to move towards using all secure transports, while avoiding having to make massive updates to URLs in their web applications.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

FIDO Universal Second Factor API allows online services to augment the security of their existing password infrastructure by adding a strong second factor to user login via a USB or NFC device. Also see FIDO 2.0 Web APIs, a newer specification that supports additional authentication methods, such as biometrics, and can replace passwords altogether as well as provide U2F functionality.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Not Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Not currently planned in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Not Supported in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Not Supported in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari

Allows authors to send a header of a whistelisted set of domains from the server to other origins from loaded or accessing the content

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Not Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Not Supported in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Not Supported in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Not Supported in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari

Header to inform the browser to always request a given domain over SSL, reducing MITM attack surface area.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Shipped in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

A form element for a key pair generator control. Support here indicates UI for picking keys and some transport to submit them. However, significant interoperability issues exist with the DOM interfaces and protocols for this feature.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Deprecated in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Not currently planned in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Deprecated in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

Using the referrer metadata attribute, a document can control the behavior of the Referer HTTP header attached to requests that originate from the document.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Partial Support in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    In development in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    In development in Safari

Defines a SameSite attribute, allowing a server to specify that cookies should not be sent with cross-site requests. NOTE: IE11 on build 16299+ also support this feature if all updates are applied to the OS

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari

As the web enables more powerful apps, features which enable those apps should only be enabled in contexts which meet a specific security level. This also exposes the APIs that identify if you’re in a secure context.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    In development in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    In development in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Not Supported in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari

Subresource Integrity defines a mechanism by which user agents may verify that a fetched resource has been delivered without unexpected manipulation. In a nutshell, metadata inlined into HTML elements allows the browser to determine whether the resource that was downloaded matches the resource the page's author expected to download.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari

Web Authentication provides an open, scalable, and interoperable solution to facilitate authentication, which replaces passwords with stronger hardware-bound credentials. The implementation in Microsoft Edge allows users to use Windows Hello (via PIN or biometrics) and external authenticators like FIDO2 Security Keys or FIDO U2F Security Keys, to securely authenticate to websites. This updates our previous implementation to match the updated spec and to be unprefixed and enabled by default.

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari

JavaScript bindings for cryptographic operations. Note: we are looking to update our current implementation to the latest W3C Last Call Working Draft specification.

Prefixed version: IE 11, Microsoft Edge build 10240+

  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Supported in Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

  • Microsoft Edge

    Prefixed in Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML)

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Shipped in Internet Explorer 11

  • Safari

    In development in Safari