Privacy and security are very important elements not only for phones, but also for computers, especially when we go to websites that we do not know and have no trust in. Google Chrome is certainly one of the most widely used web browsers in the world. In this tutorial, we’ll look at how to turn on enhanced Safe Browsing.
What is enhanced Safe Browsing protection?
Some time ago, Google added improved Safe Browsing protection to its Chrome browser. You can turn it on on computers as well as tablets and phones with the Android operating system. Unfortunately you cannot enable this feature on iOS devices. So what can he do?
Google Chrome: Fast & Secure
- Anticipates dangerous events and warns you about them before they happen
- It keeps you safe in Chrome and can increase your security in other Google applicationswhen you are logged in
- Improves security for you and all other Internet users
- It will alert you in case of disclosure of passwords in case of security breach
- Sends URLs for Safe Browsing control. It also sends a small sample of pages, downloads, extensions, activities and system information to help detect new threats.
In addition to these aspects, Chrome can warn you that you are potentially downloading malicious file. In addition, you can send it directly to Google for review.
How do I turn on enhanced Safe Browsing in Chrome?
Turning on this feature is very simple. Just click in your browser three dots in the upper right corner and select the option Settings. In the left column, select the menu Privacy and security and then select the option Security. If you have never changed this setting, you will most likely have the Standard Protection option enabled here. Above it is a possibility Improved protectionwhich we choose and we are done.
In Android, the function turns on very similarly. Click on the three dots in the upper left corner again, select the option Settings and then Privacy and security. Then tap Safe browsing and we activate Improved protection.
What web browser do you use?