Notificaciones: el navegador Chrome pronto será menos molesto

Chrome for Android: better protection for password entry

Notifications: Chrome browser will soon be less annoying

Google has given the mobile version of Chrome the next innovation for increased security. This time there is a variant of so-called site isolation, which can run an open website in its own sandbox and thus protect it from the outside. This allows Chrome to protect a tab from being attacked by other tabs. In the desktop version of the browser, the […]


Google has given the mobile version of Chrome the next innovation for increased security. This time there is a variant of so-called site isolation, which can run an open website in its own sandbox and thus protect it from the outside. This allows Chrome to protect a tab from being attacked by other tabs. Site isolation has been active in the desktop version of the browser for many months, for Android it is now version 77 of the browser.

Hardware demands more security

Innovation always comes in handy when you have to enter personal information like a password on a website. Now it will be even more difficult to access the corresponding data: “With this additional line of defense, Chrome can now help make your web accounts even more secure. We are continuing to work on improvements to take full advantage of site isolation. However, this change gives Chrome a solid foundation to protect your data. “

However, site isolation also affects the hardware of your devices, the processor and memory are additionally loaded. That’s why there is only a “stripped down” version of site isolation for mobile devices, but it doesn’t have to stay that way forever.