Samsung Internet Browser Beta has been updated to version 7.2, and with that update comes a new Protected Browsing mode designed to keep users safe. As the company explained in a recent announcement, Protected Browsing warns users if they’re about to visit a website that may feature malware or phishing scams

Samsung Internet beta adds Protected Browsing to block harmful sites

Samsung Internet Browser Beta has been updated to version 7.2, and with that update comes a new Protected Browsing mode designed to keep users safe. As the company explained in a recent announcement, Protected Browsing warns users if they’re about to visit a website that may feature malware or phishing scams

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