4 ways Chrome's Safe Browsing protects you from devious Internet dangers
April 13, 2016 - Uncategorized
Despite working on self-driving cars, virtual reality, and other side projects, Google still makes most of its money from the web. That’s why the company pays so much attention to protecting users from malicious content online. In recent years, Google has beefed up its Safe Browsing initiative to protect Chrome users—as well as users of other browsers—from a wide array of devious online threats.
If you’ve ever used Chrome you’ve likely seen this protection before, which appears as a giant red warning screen where you expected to see a webpage. You can still visit the page by clicking through via the details link, but Google’s advice is to stay away until the site creators fix the problem.
Source: Mac World