Google Announces Two New Tools to Help Ensure Internet Security

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Google Announces Two New Tools

Google Announces Two New Tools to Help Ensure Internet Security: Google has turned their Security Checkup into a personal security advisor. On the other hand, the predictive protection against ‘phishing’ in Chrome is proven.

Aware of the growing interest and concern that exists around Internet security, Google has introduced two new protection tools that aim to protect the user’s data permanently, as they will be updated constantly.

Google Guide Personalized Security Checkup

These protection enhancements are an update to Google’s Security Checkup and new phishing protections in Chrome.

Instead of providing a data checklist, which is the same for all users, the Security Checkup is now a personalized guide. When you visit it, the user will automatically see the status of your security (a green check mark means it can continue and a yellow or red exclamation mark indicates that there is at least one subject to deal with.

Google Announces Two New Tool To Protection Against Phishing in Chrome

Security Checkup becomes a personal security advisor who will also continue to evolve as threats become available, allowing you to provide relevant and up-to-date security advice with which to keep accounts secure.

The second best is the predictive protection against phishing in Chrome. The Google Safe Browsing service has been for a decade the best defense in Chrome against phishing attacks. The system protects more than 3 billion devices every day, giving warnings to users before they visit dangerous sites or download harmful files.

Google Announces Two New Tools Fastest Scanning

Safe Browsing has always explored the internet to detect dangerous sites, but if a phishing site is created and used to make an attack at later times, even the fastest scanning tools can not warn users with sufficient agility.

With accumulated experience, Google is now able to make risk estimates in real time. They have used this knowledge to test Chrome’s new predictive phishing protections. Soon, when the user enters their Google username and password on a site that the company suspects can be done with their personal information, additional protections will jump to ensure the security of your account.

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