How to Enable Enhanced Safe Browsing on Google Chrome Browser

In 2020, google launched the Enhanced Safe Browsing feature for Chromium Navigator. This feature is an option for users who need or want a more advanced level of security when browsing the web. According to Google, enabling Enhanced Safe Browsing will significantly increase protection against dangerous websites and downloads. By sharing real-time data with Google Safe Browsing, Chrome can proactively protect you from dangerous sites.

The feature also provides enhanced protection on other Google apps you use, such as Gmail, Docs, Drive, etc. Since its launch, the tech giant has added new features to the tool. Last year, the company added a feature that provides additional protection when you install a new extension from the Chrome Web Store.

How Safe Browsing Improved On Google Chrome works

According to a Google blog post, when you upgrade to Enhanced Safe Browsing, Chrome directly shares additional security data with Google Safe Browsing to enable more accurate threat assessments. For example, Chrome will check for unusual URLs in real time to detect if the site you’re about to visit might be a phishing site. Chrome will also send a small sample of suspicious pages and downloads to help uncover new threats against you and other Chrome users.

How to activate Google Chrome Improved safe browsing mode on the desk

1.

Open Google Chrome on your desktop.

2.

Tap the three-dot icon in the upper right corner.

3.

In the menu, click Settings.

4.

Click Security & Privacy. You will be able to spot the option on the left side of your screen.

6.

Click Enhanced Protection.


How to Enable Google Chrome Enhanced Safe Browsing Mode on android smart phones

1.

Open the Google Chrome app on your Android smartphone.

2.

Tap the three-dot icon in the upper right corner.

3.

In the menu, tap Settings.

4.

Tap Security & Privacy.

6.

Tap enhanced protection.

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