Google has announced new proxy settings that allow you to block some DNS leaks.
The Chrome browser has long supported a proxy system to help protect the Chrome browser from leaks of information.
But last month Google announced that it would be adding more options for proxies.
It now lets you block proxies from Chrome, Google Chrome and Google’s own WebExtensions.
The new settings block leaks of data by redirecting traffic to proxy servers that are trusted by the browser to deliver traffic to the user’s browser.
The proxy server is only permitted to deliver information to the browser when the user is not the one to use the proxy, or when the data is encrypted.
Google says the new settings help protect users from the possibility of DNS leaks by redirectring traffic to servers that have the right trust.
This means you won’t see traffic from proxy servers, such as those used by Google’s WebExtension, to the web browser.
Google also announced new tools to help you block Google Chrome leaks.
It’s not clear when the changes will roll out, but it should be available in the next few days.
It can be used in Chrome or WebExtend, and it can also be enabled for Chrome and Chrome’s own extensions.