Google Chrome to Improve Security

By | April 7, 2011 | 3 Comments


Google Chrome to Improve Security

Even though Google already offers a variety of protection tools for its users (from Safe Browsing API to Sandbox), it does not stop here.

According to the Chromium Blog, Google is announcing a new feature that will protect users against suspicious downloads.

How?

When hosted file URL matches the one of malicious websites (from Google’s Safe Browsing API), the following warning will be displayed:

Google Chrome to Improve Security

When is it coming?

According to source, such feature is expected in the next stable release of Google Chrome and as of today, will check Windows executable downloads only.

Thanks, Ichann.


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  • http://personalcomputersos.co.cc Bob Zenith

    Great, now not only is Google your PDF reader, your browser, and your search engine, it’s your part-time antivirus too!

  • http://personalcomputersos.co.cc Bob Zenith

    Great, now not only is Google your PDF reader, your browser, and your search engine, it’s your part-time antivirus too!

    • Anonymous

      Well they are trying to be my computer as well. Next Microsoft