It seems so Google Chrome He is enjoying all the changes and innovations in his DNA. We talked about the improvement in file downloading the other day, now the ‘big G’ browser has surprised us with a revolution in the way it uses incognito sessions. If you are one of those who use incognito mode in Google Chrome, this information will be very interesting to you.
This will be in incognito mode of Google Chrome from now on
scanner Google It’s trying to improve one of its biggest outstanding issues: privacy. It’s such a thing view He has done more than he assumes and maintains as part of his identity to stand out from the competition. Maybe it has to do with the massive data theft that occurred in 2022 or it was just time to deal with it. Regardless, Chrome is improving the cybersecurity space, and that’s something they wanted to explain to us from their official blog.
According to the information revealed by Google, you will soon be able to protect those private tabs in Chrome with a fingerprint. In short, what the browser will allow is to block a particular incognito session. When you want to unlock it after it has been locked, it must be via an unlock method you previously created. these are the possibilities
- Finger print
How to protect incognito mode with this tool?
If you are one of those who use incognito mode in Google Chrome and want to protect your browser sessions as we explained in the previous paragraphs, the process is very simple. Here are the steps you should follow:
- open app
- Go to browser options (three dots)
- Privacy and Security
- Select the incognito block
However, you may be wondering how private tab blocking works. Very easy. When you exit Chrome, Google automatically blocks these sessions. When you open them again, the browser will ask you to enter the unlock mode that you predefined on the smartphone. A very useful change!
Source: Cincodias Elpais