What is Strict Site Isolation in Chrome and How to Enable It

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Google Chrome has implemented a security feature called Strict Site Isolation which makes it harder for websites to access or steal data from other sites. When this feature is enabled, Chrome will load each site in a dedicated process which limits what the website can do. It also blocks the process from receiving certain types of sensitive documents from other sites. This helps to prevent against a security bug in browsers, called universal cross-site scripting (UXSS), so that even if an attacker somehow bypasses the same-origin policy, they will not be able to completely own the process. In theory, this

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