Google has added new features to Chrome to make its users' browsing safer. One alerts you whenever you enter a website that has recently been affected by a security breach that may have compromised your data. The system will also suggest that you change your password and any similar password you may use on other services, websites or apps.
In addition, Chrome also gets real-time phishing protection. This feature is 30% more accurate than the current one, which only tells us that we are about to enter a dangerous site. This system alerts us at any time that an attempted data theft is underway.
There will also be alerts that draw your attention whenever you are about to enter a password on a suspicious site, whether it's your Google account or not. However, to work, you must have your keywords stored in Chrome's own password manager.
Finally, Google has also changed some details of your browser interface to make it clear if you are saving your access credentials in a private or shared profile.
All these news will be released over the next few weeks.