Improving security in Safari | Tivi

Apple explores iPhone Safari security with new iOS 14.5 update, writes Gizmodo.

Safe browsing on Google provided by Apple’s Safari browser. Its purpose is to prevent a user from ending up on scam sites using a domain list maintained by the feature. If a user goes to a page that is considered suspicious, they will first be presented with a warning page that attracts attention.

In the past, Google has been able to obtain the IP addresses of iPhone users in Safari, which it may have logged in the safe browsing service. With the system upgrade, this will no longer be possible, as traffic will be routed to Google through Apple’s own servers to minimize the risk of data leakage.

The upcoming iOS 14.5 is currently in beta testing.

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