Google announced today that it will provide a feature that will prevent malicious advertising from taking over the browser and redirecting the user to another page. As you know this is a very common problem and that eventually has already affected our readers.
The giant of search engines and not only announced that this feature would be active in Chrome 64, which is available to developers, and should only be widely available in 2018.
However to our surprise this feature is already available in Chrome, even in the stable version.
The process only involves changing a parameter and as such is quite easy.
Write the line below where you type the address of the page you want to visit (you’d better copy and paste it)
chrome: // flags / # enable-framebusting-needs-sameorigin-or-usergesture
Then change the default option to Enabled.
When you are prompted to completely close and reopen your browser and you are already more protected.