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Google to Expand Use of Safe Browsing to Stop Unwanted Software

17
Jul
2015
Google to Expand Use of Safe Browsing to Stop Unwanted Software

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Google is expanding the use of its Safe Browsing mechanism to warn users about a broader variety of unwanted software, in addition to the warnings they see regarding phishing pages, malware, and other threats.

Safe Browsing is the service that Google uses to help protect Chrome users from malicious software and sites. The service defends against phishing and other threats by checking URLs against a database that Google maintains of malicious sites. The system also checks for sites that are suspected of serving malware.

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