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Google has by default enabled a security feature called “Site Isolation” in its web browser with the release of Chrome 67 for all desktop users to help them protect against many online threats, including¬†Spectre and Meltdown attack.

Site Isolation is a feature of the Google Chrome web browser that adds an additional security boundary between websites by ensuring that different sites are always put into separate processes, isolated from each other.

Since each site in the browser gets its own sandboxed process, the feature makes it harder for untrusted websites to access or steal information of your accounts on other websites.

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