How to Protect Chrome from Meltdown and Spectre Vulnerabilities
Step-1: Launch the Google Chrome browser on your computer and edit the address bar by clicking it. Type or copy/paste the following URL inÂ that field.
Step-2: Press Enter key and on the following page you find the option Strict Site Isolation.Â Click on the Enable button located on the right side as indicated in the image below.
Step-3: Click Relaunch Now button after saving your work.
Thus, enabling the Strict Site Location will restrict the Meltdown and Spectre from stealing personal user information.
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Full Site Isolation
Chrome offers a special type of security feature in order to protect you from security bugs. This feature is Full Site Isolation which makes the task for the untrusted websites harder to access your personal information, passwords etc. Usually, websites cannot access the personal data from the browser. But certain bugs, as well as malicious websites, bypass the security codes to do so. Site isolation provides an additional line of defense so that vulnerabilities fail to breach the security.
Since Chrome officials have decided to release this feature in version 64, you need to enable it manually to Protect Chrome from Meltdown and Spectre Vulnerabilities.