Google Chrome build 65 protects against redirects

    Google Chrome build 65 and later protect users from unwanted browser redirects and pop-ups. For example, websites that pretend to be or use a play button or transparent overlays on sites, which adware commonly use. Those overlays capture all clicks and open new browser tabs or browser windows. For example, if a user clicks a link, a redirect can occur. The redirects could lead to serious problems, such as browser crypto miners or Microsoft Support Scams.

    Some deceptive websites use it by opening clicked links in a new tab, while the main page opens another new webpage. Chrome will now block such browser redirects. Updating to Chrome 65.0.3325.146 happens on most systems automatically. If not, this instruction learns you how to manually update Google Chrome.

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