Microsoft has unveiled a ‘Super Duper Secure Mode’ in the latest version of the Edge browser. It offers users greater protection against common vulnerabilities. Edge’s vulnerability research lead, Johnathan Norman, had first mentioned this feature in August in a blog post. Now he revealed on Twitter that the feature has been rolled out “secretly” in the latest version, 96.0.1054.29.
Microsoft unveils ‘Super Duper Secure Mode’ in Latest Version of Edge
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JIT engines are commonly found to be vulnerable to security bugs. According to Norman, the developers are more concerned to get fast browsing instead of security.
A few days ago, Microsoft rolled out Edge Dev update 97.0.1072.8 to Insiders. The latest build of Edge Dev includes a handful of new features, including support for smart history searches in the address bar.
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