Google flips switch on Chrome’s newest defensive technology – Computerworld


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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. Called “Site Isolation,” the new security technology has a decade-long history. But …
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