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A Google engineer and a member of the Google Chrome security team has shared on Twitter a new look that is being tested for the phishing and malware warnings seen by Chrome users:

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The new alerts have been incorporated in the Canary and Developer channels, and if all goes well they will end up in Beta and, ultimately, in the Stable version.

The fire engine red background, and the simplified and more direct warning text is likely to make users take the warnings more seriously than the current ones:

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The warning pages are shown when users try to visit malicious sites, a constantly updated blacklist of which is maintained by the Google Safe Browsing service.

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Google Chrome, a browser built on the Blink layout engine that aims to be minimalistic and versatile at the same time, is now at version 31.0.1650.26 Beta.

After the release of a development and stable version, a new Google Chrome Beta is now available, bringing a few much needed changes and improvements.

According to the announcement, a “kiosk_only” manifest attribute has been added for platform apps, a content switch has been added to turn off unprefixed MediaSource API, a wrong policy used for secondary users has been corrected, a tablet layout regression has been corrected, and much more.

A complete list of bug fixes and changes can be found in the official changelog.

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