New York: Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai has informed that the Chrome browser will now warn its users if their passwords have been compromised when they log in to a website.
He also assured that the browser will soon give real-time alerts if users visit a malicious website.
To help keep you safe online, @googlechrome will now warn if your username & password have been compromised when you type them into a website. We’re also enhancing phishing protections to be real-time on desktop to alert you when visiting malicious sites. https://t.co/XuStf4sKQP
— Sundar Pichai (@sundarpichai) December 10, 2019
Google claims to keep “over four billion devices every day by showing warnings to users when they attempt to navigate to dangerous sites or download dangerous files”.
The newest addition comes after Google included its Lens picture recognition expertise to the Chrome browser for smartphones. Google Lens permits a consumer to seek for comparable pictures, not simply actual copies.