Google Chrome now blocks phishing web banners

Google Chrome now blocks phishing web banners

In his Google blog has led a large number of different examples of what new change will apply. “Sacrifice” Google Chrome will download fake buttons and warning of an outdated version of Flash Player or Media Player. Pretty nice to see that in spite of the fact that people sometimes visit unreliable websites, Chrome will continue to protect.

As you know, recently Google Chrome shows users an alert box, if they are directed to a website that is dangerous or unsafe. For the most part, this warning applies to phishing sites or sites with malware, but Google went on, and now “catches” banners and links, which are often found on the Internet.

Google Chrome now blocks phishing web banners

In his Google blog has led a large number of different examples of what new change will apply. “Sacrifice” Google Chrome will download fake buttons and warning of an outdated version of Flash Player or Media Player. Pretty nice to see that in spite of the fact that people sometimes visit unreliable websites, Chrome will continue to protect.

These keys are most often scams work that redirect users to other resources, or else provide for downloading malware instead of content that a user originally wanted to download. Regardless of the type of threat, it seems, the Google is really tired and it could be good news for many of us.

Given the fact that a huge number of owners of Android-devices using the Chrome, it should not only reduce the number of victims, but also to reduce the number of such sites, as such methods would not make sense. This should improve browsing security for those who use third-party browsers.

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