Since cyber threats have been a never-ending struggle, tending to come up with several distinct ways to hijack the sensitive data and corrupting the security, there also hasn’t been any less the number of ways to deal with this concern.
From killing malicious files, blocking programs to avoiding several clicks and taps as a measure to safeguard it all, there have been plenty of services and precautions that have helped users and organizations play safe against phishing attacks.
Concerning this subject, Chrome is introducing a feature that will block out such creepy intentions and build a secure place to check-in at. This new feature will work by prevailing more security once users click on webpage links that lead to URLs in a different tab.
What Is That All About?
Apple, in 2018, had introduced a different way to let Safari handle the HTML links that utilize the target=“_blank” attribute in order to incorporate the noopener attribute. This feature helps prevent the links from getting redirected to a different URL, once it is enabled. Same feature was also commenced by Microsoft Edge as well.
As far as the release of this new feature is concerned, it is expected to come out by January, 2021.