Google Chrome is the most popular browser in the world, and the Mountain View company does its best to help the user stay secure online.
From blocking malware to unwanted downloads, the browser has its own layer of security.
One such security option in Chrome is the Google Safe Browsing protocol. It was introduced back in 2006, even before the browser made its debut as part of the company’s screening process for websites. What it does is, it places a huge Red screening warning the user, that “The site ahead contains malware”.
Chances are you may have seen it once or twice. This warning sign is usually found on websites which offer [...]