With the help of Chrome 63, Google brings a more stable security option for each and every page, or site isolation as it is called. This one will cast away any unwanted theft of information and fights any vulnerability encountered.
Chrome 63 comes with 10 to 20 percent of memory usage on the computer and Windows fights harder to gain more attention. Windows Defender Application Guard established a strong safeguard against attacks. Even though Chrome 63 fixes 37 of the vulnerabilities, with an award to Microsoft’s Offensive Security Team, Google rewarded researchers $46,174 for reporting the Chrome bugs.
In terms of security, these two are acting like real Titans of the security mechanism.
Justin Schuh, the lead engineer for Chrome security, pleads for a one-site-per-process criteria as the best security option that will rise above Microsoft’s defense. It is suggested to add this site isolation especially for the most important ones where you are logged in and essentially productivity site or intranet. A large palette of selection and permission to block, an audio capture, USB, or video capture is included. For Gmail protection is enabled the Transport Layer Security version 1.3.
Chrome 63 vs. Windows 10 Edge
Google brings NTLMv2 support to Mac, Linux, Android and Chrome OS which is a Microsoft authentication protocol for Windows. Next year, the new Chrome 64 is going to use the same support and an Extended Protection for Authentication will be added. For users with software that injects code into Windows Chrome is 15 percent more probable to experience crashes, but Google claims to be just an obsolete process that causes this.
A Chrome warning will recommend for the uninstallation of the antivirus and will start with the new Chrome 66 in April next year, a notification may be seen in order for an update or removal of the upsetting application will be possible.