We all know very well that the tech giant Google took over the protection of Internet users and their data a few years ago. For this, the tech giant Google created Safe Browsing as the door of defense and alerts which recently reached a massive milestone of 3 BILLION Devices.
Google: Safe Browsing Is Quietly Protecting 3 BILLION Devices
The tech giant Google took over the protection of Internet users and their data a few years ago. For this, the tech giant Google created Safe Browsing as the door of defense and alerts.
This Google service, which is already available in many browsers other than Chrome, has now announced that it already supports more than 3 billion devices.
The new number is an important milestone of the tech giant Google and Safe Browsing. Once it has reported a billion devices in 2013 and 2 billion in 2016, and now it has emerged with the figure of 3 billion devices is being protected.
The protection that Google Safe Browsing offers
Beyond Chrome, Safe Browsing is already quietly defending Safari and Firefox users. To do this, the tech giant Google provides the addresses that are marked as containing malware or other security issues, only alerting users when they are about to fall into their clutches.
But Safe Browsing has already abandoned the world of browsers and is integrated with many Google services such as Android, Ads, Analytics, Gmail, Google Play and many others. Its public API is also being used by many other services, such as Snapchat.
The challenge of mobile platforms
The tech giant Google’s engineers have not stopped and after Safe Browsing has reached Android in 2015, their biggest concern has been to optimize this service for Google’s mobile operating system, of course, Android.
For this, the tech giant Google has made it less consumption of resources and, mainly, battery. There is also a demand to minimize the data sent, making them less cumbersome, to save data plans and slower connections.
The tech giant Google now wants to further evolve this service and for this will start to resort to artificial intelligence even more so to anticipate problems and save users from security threats.
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