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Here's How to Enable Chrome "Strict Site Isolation" Experimental Security Mode


Google Chrome 63, which shipped yesterday evening, arrived with a new experimental feature called Site Isolation that according to Google engineers is an additional security layer on top of Chrome's built-in sandboxing technology.

While Google engineers have not explained the intricate differences between the default Chrome sandbox and Site Isolation, according to Google, the Site Isolation feature puts "even stronger security boundaries between websites than Chrome’s existing sandboxing technology."

This is how Google describes the Site Isolation feature in a support page:

Google’s site isolation feature improves security for Chrome browser users. When you enable site isolation, content for each open website in the Chrome browser is always rendered in a dedicated process, isolated from other sites. This creates an additional security boundary between websites.

The feature is not enabled for all users by default. The reason is that Google is still working on improving Site...(continued)

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