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Google Chrome has borrowed a handy Windows 10 security feature – TechRadar

Hardware-enforced Stack Protection is now enabled in Chrome 90

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Google has added Hardware-enforced Stack Protection to the latest version of Chrome in an effort to make it more difficult for attackers to exploit security bugs in its browser.
This security feature, which is supported on Intel 11th Gen or AMD Zen 3 CPUs, is already enabled in Windows 10 as Microsoft has adopted Intel’s Control-flow Enforcement Technology (CET) through an implementation known as Hardware-enforced Stack Protection.
Hardware-enforced Stack Protection leverages the Intel CET chipset…

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