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Google flips switch on Chrome’s newest defensive technology

Google has made it much harder for spectra-like attacks on them. They have switched to a defensive technology in chrome, which now makes it much harder for anyone to steal information such as log-in information. This was made easy by google's own engineers, who were able to shield against possible threats of security breaches. So far the current version is only protected against data leaks, but the google engineers are working hard to impress this features to go above and beyond.

Key Takeaways:

Google has identified a way to protect a vulnerability on their sites from hacking.

The Site-Isolation tool is running in versions of Chrome from 63 now up to 66, and only been improved.

The Google Chrome team has been working on this fix for over six years.

“Google has switched on a defensive technology in Chrome that will make it much more difficult for Spectra-like attacks to steal information such as log-on credentials.”

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