It primarily helps users avoid phishing, though it has other uses as well, including notifying webmasters if their site may have been compromised.
Named the Suspicious Site Reporter, this extension adds an icon to the Google Chrome toolbar that when pressed, opens a popup window from where users can file an automatic report for the current site they're on, and which they suspect might be up to no good.
A flag in the web browsers extension section will now change color to determine the authenticity of a website, turning orange for any site that isn't a top 5,000 site. It warns the users when they land on a suspicious website with a big red warning page. With the help of this extension users can report suspicious websites to the Safe Browsing service.Читайте также: Manchester City's First 2019/20 Signing Revealed?
Google's Safe Browsing service protects more than 4 billion devices every day, according to the company. The Safe Browsing service is used across different browsers and platforms. Click the icon to report unsafe sites to Safe Browsing for further evaluation. Google is trying to fix this with two new features that are aimed at protecting users from deceptive websites on the internet. The extension will most likely become the go-to tool for malware analysts and other infosec researchers who hunt bad sites for a living. Well, Google compares the URL of the page you're on to those you have recently visited.
Google also launched the Suspicious Site Reporter Chrome extension created to improve the online safety of Chrome users by allowing them to easily report suspicious websites to Google's Safe Browsing team. The extension can provide a decent amount of information provided to the team too, including how you got to the site and the content of the browser at the time you press the report button.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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