Google has announced that it will use additional enhancements to enhance Chrome's ability to defend itself against malicious plug-ins by announcing its official Chrome blog, which appears to be improving and improving the security of its Chrome browser.
Now that Google has banned third-party plug-ins from installing without prompting the user, Google says the measure is not just to improve browser security, but also to improve browser performance and user experience.
There were a number of Chrome browser's Third-party plugins that were installed automatically without user permission or without prompting the user. This will not only lead to a large number of malicious plug-ins to invade the user's computer, while the Chrome browser will also load a large number of third-party plug-ins, resulting in slow browser speed, seriously affecting the user experience.
After the improvement, if a Third-party plug-in installed automatically, Chrome will first pop-up prompts to ask users whether they understand the source of Plug-ins, when the user confirmed before the installation.
New version of Chrome will be officially updated next week, Google encouraged developers to use the Google Standard development process for Third-party Plug-ins installed, and Google has confirmed the existence of malicious third-party plug-ins from the Google Play store for the next processing.