Chrome for Android: How to do a security check to see if you are protected

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The tab grouping It is not the only novelty that the browser Chrome for our Android devices has received after updating to the version 88. Between other news, we see that now we can check our security.

During these last days a new section has begun to appear in the configuration of Chrome for Android, which analyze three critical points that could leave us totally unprotected.


Security check

To help us be protected against security flaws, unsafe websites or in front of the increasingly numerous security bankruptcies in which our passwords may be exposed, the browser Chrome allows us in very few steps analyze our protection.

Chrome Security

For this we just have to go to Chrome> Settings> Security Check. In this new section we can check if Chrome is up to date, if some of our passwords have been compromised, or if we are not browsing safely. Clicking on Check now We will discover where we are unprotected.

Chrome Security

The section Upgrades It allows us to go to the Google Play tab of Chrome to update it. The section Passwords It allows us to see all our compromised passwords so that we can change these passwords for more secure ones. And finally, the section Secure browsing allows us configure safe browsing to protect us against malicious websites.

Google Chrome: fast and secure

Google Chrome: fast and secure


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Chrome for Android: How to do a security check to see if you are protected

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