Google Chrome For Windows Will Block Third-Party Code Injections To Reduce Crashes – Hot Hardware


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When Google announced Chrome nearly a decade ago, one of its promises was to deliver a more stable browser. The company used sandbox techniques to make sure that if a process in a tab goes screwy, it won’t take down the rest of the browser with it. At …
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