Chrome 66 Gains Site Isolation, Windows Defender Protection

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randomizer

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You'll need a dedicated machine to run Chrome soon. Memory consumption is already atrocious and Site Isolation is another step in that direction.

What I am more interested in is that Chrome 66 supports aborting fetches.
 

Olle P

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That Microsoft quote seems a bit strange...
"If I click on a *malicious* link Browser Protection will check if the target is on a list."
So no check if the link is benign?
Then only if the target is on the list will a warning appear, even though Browser protection already knows that the link is malicious, because that's what triggered the check in the first place?
 
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