Chrome to Alert Users of Malicious Software

Google has always been involved in providing best services to its large user base. Google is now working on its Chrome browser so as to prevent the users from getting malicious Windows malware while surfing through different websites on their systems.

According to Google, presently, the security will be provided to a small number of users of the Chrome developer versions. Mainly, this security is in fact an extension of Google’s Safe Browsing API that notifies the users in case they try to load or access a blacklisted website or a URL known for spreading malware. In case the URL matches any of the blacklisted URL, user will be warned of the fact. Google further said the functionality of this security system largely depends on the privacy policy that is present with safe browsing API.

As we have mentioned above that this security enable the users of Chrome developer versions for now and there is a chance that you may not be a user groups that are testing this new feature of Chrome. If you want to test this feature, you need to be a part of the Chrome developer version.

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