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Google Chrome Shifts Browser Architecture to Thwart Spectre Attacks

Google Chrome is enabling a new security feature called Site Isolationin response to the set of speculative execution side-channel attacks known as Spectre and Meltdown.

One day after a new Spectre-like attack was disclosed, the newly enabled Site Isolation feature attempts to provide what Google’s security team believes is “the most effective mitigation” possible.

This is the latest improvement for Chrome, widely considered to possess the best security features among different browsers.

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