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Version 90 of Google's Chrome browser includes a bit of extra security for users of recent versions of Windows and the latest x86 processors, in the form of hardware-enforced stack protection. This basically means that, if your PC supports it, it's a bit harder for malicious websites to exploit bugs in Chrome to hijack your …

  1. Pascal Monett Silver badge
    Trollface

    Google Chrome security engineer

    Making sure that only Google has access to all that delicious private data.

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Goo security checklist

    I have this cool thing that prevents any exploits of Chrome, its called Dontinstallchrome.

    Grabbing my hat to run out the door now.

  3. s_simp

    Stack Protector

    Stack Protection - Something that Unix has had for decades and only now several decades later does it make it into Chrome & Windows (sarcasm)

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