Chrome Adds New Security-Related Features To Prevent Deceptive Mobile Subscriptions

Chrome Adds New Security-Related Features To Prevent Deceptive Mobile Subscriptions

"Picture this: Andrea is browsing the web on a mobile connection to access a gaming page and they're presented with a page that asks them for their mobile phone details", a post on the Chromium blog reads.

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Visitors will be offered the choice to proceed anyway after seeing the above warning or go back to the previous page.

With the arrival of Chrome 71, it was recently announced that Google will be blocking any kind of abusive ads on the has been revealed that the same browser is going to prevent the users from unknowingly subscribing to any services and being charged for it.

There are three guidelines that Google needs developers to follow: -Display billing information. However, generating fake system messages, redirecting you to other pages, and attempting to steal personal information are some of the main tricks to manipulate your browser and user experience.

Starting in December 2018, Chrome 71 will automatically remove ads from sites flagged up as serial abusers, who fail to mollify user-initiated complaints to Google during a 30-day grace period.

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The new update -Chrome 71- will arrive on Google Chrome browsers next month. Google will notify webmasters when their sites are falling short of its standards so they can fix up their site and make charges clear, but until they comply with best practices, they will have to live with Google treating them as a potentially malicious site.

One, "Is the billing information visible and obvious to users?"

-Make sure that the fee structure is clearly understandable.

Such forms have been around for decades, and they've been used to let users pay for things by entering their phone number into a form, which in turns charges the user by adding a fee to his monthly (fixed or mobile) telephone bill.

Recall that recently Google Chrome updated to version 69.

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