Safe internet activity

Secure connection

  • Protected Wi-Fi. In unprotected wireless networks, the browser transfers data over a special encrypted channel.
  • Protected DNS requests. The browser protects against DNS hijacking and spoofing by not letting DNS-server hackers resend users to phishing sites.
  • Protection against untrusted certificates. The browser checks the authenticity of certificates used by sites on pages loaded over HTTPS.

Secure payments and personal information

  • Password phishing protection. If you enter a password previously used for another website, the browser will warn you that this action may be dangerous.

Protection against malware and malicious sites

  • Blocking dangerous webpages. The browser warns you if you try to open a page containing malware. Every day the system performs about 20 million checks, identifies about 5000 new infections, and confirms that about 80 thousand websites are infected.
  • Checking files. The browser scans all downloaded archives and executable files for malware. Every day about 1 million executable files are checked for viruses and about 14,000 of these are identified as malicious.
  • Checking extensions. To protect you from malware and annoying ads, your browser only allows extensions from verified sources to be installed. These extensions are regularly checked to make sure they are authentic.

Protection against undesirable advertising

  • Blocking annoying ads. The browser blocks banners and pop-up windows containing annoying ads.
  • Antishock. The browser blocks ads containing unpleasant or pornographic images and ads for malicious sites.

Protection against mobile fraud

Note. To protect your browser from new threats, it must be regularly updated. This is why we do not recommend disabling browser autoupdate.