Google Chrome new feature browsing will be more secure, no unwanted notification issue

Needless to say, tech giant Google's Chrome is the most used and most popular web browser in the world. Millions of users around the world use it constantly. And because of this huge use, hackers often target this search engine and try to trap users in cyber fraud. 

Google Chrome new feature browsing will be more secure, no unwanted notification issue


However, for the convenience of the users, Google is constantly trying to improve the security of its browser by rolling out new features. Recently, it was reported that the company is working on a new feature for Chrome.

9to5Google reports that Google is currently working on a new Notification Blocking feature for its browser Chrome. This will help the user to get rid of unwanted and spam notifications. In fact, when you open a website in Google Chrome, it often appears on multiple pop-up screens. Although these primarily seek permission to inform users about a specific subject, hackers are now finding traps of cyber fraud everywhere thanks to the advent of sophisticated technology. Scammers send malicious links in the form of pop-up notifications to lure users. And you can all guess what happened next!

Malicious malware enters users' devices only when users knowingly or unintentionally grant permission by clicking on such links. As a result, users are more likely to steal data stored on their laptops, computers, or phones, in addition to the risk of losing important files due to the intrusion of harmful malware into the device. So Google has recently started working on this new feature to save the users from this problem.

According to the report, Google will automatically block notifications of dangerous websites from which users are asked for unwanted permissions by displaying pop-ups. As a result, users will no longer need to block it separately. And thanks to Google's move, even if users inadvertently click on a notification, the website concerned will not receive any permission from the user. Needless to say, this will greatly reduce cyber fraud through the Chrome browser.

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