Google adds security features to Chrome browser

Regardless of which web browser your users use, there are bound to be security issues. That’s the nature of the beast. Amidst all the hoopla about an IE exploit being used in the December attacks on Google and other companies, Google itself has obviously recognized that its own browser needed some beefing up in the security department, too. This week they released a new version, Chrome 4, that includes three new security features: XSS protection, strict transport security and postMessage cross-origin communication. Find out more about these features here:

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