Google is touting three new security features added to the latest version of its Chrome browser, including new protections against reflective cross-site scripting. Google has beefed up the latest version of its Chrome browser with new security protections designed to help developers build secure Websites.
In Chrome 4, which was released Jan. 25, Google added three new security features: strict transport security, cross-origin communication with postMessage and reflective cross-site scripting (XSS) protection.

Strict transport security requires a browser to access a Website through a secure connection, such as HTTPS.

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